Thursday, 22 February 2007

King William Street, Adelaide.


From time to time Adelaideians see interstate drivers in our city. They come mostly from Victoria to experience the genuine Australian climate which is sadly lacking in that state. Along with their excitement, they are often seen driving in the traditional Victorian manner which is so unknown in backward old Adelaide. Naturally, I had both hands on the wheel.

8 comments:

Kate Isis said...

Ah, across the border terrorists. We get them here to, we call them queenslanders. However even they are not as bad as those who come from our capital territory. ACT'ers seeem to drive everywhere at 40k's.

Clo. said...

M.Benaut I believe you when you say that you had "both hands on the wheel," otherwise you would not have been able to capture Nature enhancing her beauty.

Monica from rio said...

What a great picture! You were able to spot a moment I believe all us girls experience when driving! Except that I used to think nobody was seeing it!
M.Benaut I put some other pictures in my blog, I'd love to know what do you think of my "getting started" period!

M.Benaut said...

She certainly didn't know her photo had been taken. But she may, soon!
Thanks guys.

Nathalie said...

I only have one comment to make, she's BLONDE...

The photo of the duststorm in Broken Hill is absolutely stupendous, thanks to Mandy!

And three cheers for your resident kookaburras, love them!

M.Benaut said...

A pertinent observation. Of course, that was the reason, Nathalie!
I should start a second blog to post all the associated photos as some people do , mais où peut-on trouver le temps ?
I'm glad you like the "Fitzgibbons", Monica says she has eaten them !!!

Kim said...

Oh my, I thought this only happened in Southern California. I'd think this was in LA or Orange County except the steering wheel is on the opposite side.
-Kim

lynn said...

I've been known to do this but only stationary at traffic lights! Someone in the UK was recently prosecuted for putting lipstick on whilst driving.