If you don’t observe the religious significance of Easter, what remains for us in the Southern Hemisphere? I’ve written on a number of occasions about the incongruity of Christmas in the hot Australian summer, but never about what Easter is like here.
Good Friday was almost unseasonably warm, like summer, and as everything was closed in Adelaide (pubs, shops, most restaurants) we picnicked by the beautiful River Torrens, right in the centre of the city by the University. Normally the river banks would be filled with students relaxing, socialising, revising or skipping lectures, but today it was
Crowds, comedy, chocolate, Footie, fashion, foodie, Street show, street art, streetcar, Lygon, latte, laneway, Brunswick, beards, band, Flinders, Fed Square, flat white, Grungy, gallery, G and T Pie Face, Pony Fish, photography Market, mall, Myki, Train, tram, Tim Tam Collins, cooler, colder. Four seasons surprise Photography by Kathryn McClintock