After being stopped by rain for about half an hour, putting a severe kink in my plans to grab some long exposures and panoramas. I went handheld, for a quick walk before we had to leave and grabbed this.
A funny thing happens when you aim the lens of a camera at something, everyone that passes by has to look at it too. 188 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia. The gorgeous entry to Gawler Chambers, not that there are any practicing lawyers or barristers here any more, not even any baristas... This picture is the result of compositing two frames together, one for the upper section and one for the lower part.
The new Adelaide Showground Station. Taken from the Southern end looking North. This is a manual composite of four exposures, masking off various parts, to reveal or hide bits, allowing for a richer image. Sort of HDR like, but without the CGI look and feel to it.
Under the Morphett Street bridge in the CBD of Adelaide, South Australia, is a free wall, where any one can come and put up a piece. "Kovert" on the left and "Saker" on the right were both cool with me taking a few frames of them in the process. I really like the movement blur here from the one sixth of a second exposure. This is a two frame pano.