A couple of weeks ago, I took myself down to Port Adelaide again, for my regular fix of this interesting and changing location. I particularly wanted to photograph RED for a current competition in Adelaide (didn't make the finals this time), and I had my mind on a particular door of an old shed near the wool stores, that has the most creative peeling red paint, which I thought would work well for my entry. Sadly, everything changes, and the owners had reinforced and covered the entire wall in question with new galvanised iron sheets. It looked like it had been there a little while, so I missed my opportunity.
None-the-less, it was a great opportunity to relook at the wool stores and see what I could make of the red lighthouse on the wharf itself. Here are a few of the images I took.
More in my Fine Art - impermanence section.