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Thursday, 28 February 2008

A glimpse of home

I went on excursion with Miss M and her class today, which took us to the City. It was a perfect day, about 25C (77F) - the sun was shining, there were a few clouds in the sky and a gentle breeze. As I walked back to my car (the kids were on a school bus), I marvelled at how pretty my City is. So, looking like a first-class tourist, I was snapping happy snaps - to share with you!

Enjoy a walk through Adelaide, known as "The City of Churches"! (if you put your cursor over a pic, it will stop sliding, and give you a caption)



It's my home, and I love it!

15 comments:

Alyson & Ford said...

I agree, lovely town. We should do the same in our town!

Alyson LID 01/27/06

Matt, Kathy & Chani said...

Your hometown is absoultely beautiful.

Ava's family said...

It looks beautiful.....AND warm.....just lovely....AND warm!!
Gosh, I'm sick of snow!! =)

Debz said...

I can see why you love it, it's beautiful.
The war memorial looks alot like the one we have in Ottawa.
Love the pic of the bridge.

Julie said...

Another reason to visit - Lee-Anne and Co, beautiful Adelaide and churches (I love looking at the architecture of old churches especially).

Buckeyes & Eggrolls said...

absolutely beautiful....and 77 degress - PERFECT weather for a day in the city!

Catherine said...

Yes, you do live in a beautiful city! What a wonderful post. Thank you for sharing these pics with us...and the warmth! Ahhh...just what we needed for sure!

Janet said...

Very pretty!!!

rubyiscoming said...

BEEEEautiful! :)

3D said...

Beautiful.

Keep smilin!

Alyson & Ford said...

I know Aly has already commented but WOW - what a beautiful city. Thank you for sharing the photos, Adelaide is truly a beautiful city. I can see why you would and should be proud. 77, now there's a temp I can appreciate!

peace
fm

Linda said...

Thanks for the pictures..I love seeing the beautiful churches. The churches are what I miss living in Arizona the churches in New York that have were built years ago and still have the cathedral feel to them. Here everything is mission and spanish and does not feel the same. Show us more the next time you take a trip. Linda

cougchick said...

Thanks for a glimpse of your town. It's beautiful.

Lisa~~ said...

Looks like a beautiful city, one day I hope to visit.

Shannon said...

Thank you for sharing your digs! Lovely! =)