North Terrace Engagement Shoot
I was lucky enough to have been asked by Stacy and Sam to walk about the wonderful sights and architecture along North Terrace for a bit of an engagement shoot. The weather was wonderful for this kind of shoot, we were dodging some terrible weather on the radar, but luckily we managed to avoid it all together, and as a result the cloud cover made for some lovely moody lighting which I was excited to use!
We began our little walk out the front of the State Library, nearby the outer walls of the Mortlock wing and just around the corner of the old Police barracks situated at the rear of the museum. These spots are almost hidden spaces in Adelaide, without much foot traffic, but some incredible period architecture that lends itself well to these kind of photos.
We then head in through the Adelaide University to use the incredibly popular pillars nearby the Torrens footbridge – it’s often the case on Saturdays during the wedding season that these pillars become a bit of a rolling door of weddings queing up to have photos there!
Originally, before the weather forecast was put out, Stacy had wanted to venture over to the Elder Park pond for some photos, however I knew it had recently been drained and looked horrible. As an alternative I suggested we head over to the little willos lining the Torrens, and use the Torrens footbridge as well 🙂
After the Torrens, we head back up to North Terrace to use the last few buldings, including the magnificent Bonython Hall.
I had a bunch of fun with Stacy adn Sam, and I hope they enjoy their photos! 🙂