I travel into the city of Adelaide nearly every day for work so something within the city is bound to be my photo of the day some of the time. Because there have been a few lately I’m going to share them here.
The beauty of shooting a lot of photos with my phone is that it doesn’t look like a camera and I don’t look like a tourist. I never like looking like a tourist even when I am.
I don’t think Adelaide railway station is ever really busy, except when a crowd of 200 people pass through and stop for a photo shoot on the steps and freak security the heck out.
The Ambassadors Hotel. Haven’t been there for years. I went there on a hen’s night too many years ago and we were going to throw confetti on our hen but weren’t allowed to. I still reckon we shouldn’t have asked and just done it. I would have helped sweep up.
You might detect a bit of a theme here. I like looking up. When you look up you get an idea of when a building was built and sometimes if the building is old enough, what business used to be there. This isn’t one of those examples because signage is now separate to the building so it can be replaced.
I visited a friend in the Royal Adelaide Hospital recently and walked to it along North Terrace. It’s a really pleasant street to walk along between King William Street and Pulteney Street and I only wish I’d had more time to enjoy it.
A slightly different view of a food court. I’m not into food courts as a rule because they’re loud and crowded but I do like Bing Boy at the moment, especially the smoking salmon and the prawn ones.