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Featured South Australia (SA) Print

Aerial view of the green landscape, patterns, textures and amazing colors, pink, purple and orange over a Pink Salt Lake

Aerial view of the green landscape, patterns, textures and amazing colors, pink, purple and orange over a Pink Salt Lake, South Australia

© Vicki Smith

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Featured South Australia (SA) Print

Sunset at Adelaide Oval Prior to Redevelopment, South Australia

Adelaide Oval is a stadium in Adelaide, South Australia, located in the parklands between the city centre and North Adelaide. The stadium is mostly used for cricket and Australian rules football, but also plays host to rugby league, rugby union, soccer, and concerts. The Oval has been headquarters to the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) since 1871 and South Australian National Football League (SANFL) since 2014. The stadium is managed by the Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority (AOSMA). Redevelopments occurred between 2008 and 2014. This photo was taken pre-development in 2008

© © :: Artie | Photography ::

Featured South Australia (SA) Print

The Sugerloaf, Hallett Cove

Approximately 280 million years ago the ice that had once covered the area of Hallett Cove Conservation Park began to melt causing a lake to form in that area. During this time many sediments were deposited into the lake which after many years turned to rock. This rock is the beautiful, unusual shaped rock we see today that is known to some as the main feature of the park named the Sugarloaf. The base of the Sugarloaf has drop stones from the melting icebergs. The shape of the Sugarloaf is a cone shape because of the weathering and erosion that has occurred over its lifetime. The sediments that the Sugarloaf is made up of are softer sediments therefore they erode and weather much easier and quicker than tough sediments