It’s not everyday we get to see what Adelaide looked like over 100 years ago, but the new Bringing Adelaide's History to Colour Photography Exhibition has arrived to show us what the world looked like back when our great grandparents were grabbing pie floaters and marvelling at the John Martins fire.
From horse and carriages around Rundle Mall to an almost unrecognisable Stephens Place, artist Marina Amaral has taken archival photos and brought them back to life through digital colourisation.
“Capturing moments in Adelaide’s history over the last two centuries, the photographs have been reimagined in vibrant colour, offering a new and exciting way to view our past” City of Adelaide explained.
“2018 marks 30 successful years of the Heritage Incentives Scheme and the City of Adelaide’s commitment to protect, preserve and promote our built heritage.”
Check it out:
We have until April 8 to head over to Rundle Mall to check out all the amazing photos . How many major changes you can spot?!
What: Bringing Adelaide's History to Colour Photography Exhibition
Where: Eastern side of Rundle Mall
When: 9am - 9pm daily until April 8th
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