A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Thursday, 1 December 2016

A Street in Transition

The Markets Bulcock Street Caloundra under reconstruction 2016

It's a bit of a challenge, holding a market in a street which has disappeared for half of its length, but the traders and customers all seem to be taking it in their stride.  I'm guessing that the work won't be finished in time for that all so important Christmas trade which will be quite a blow for the shops in the street which rely on that annual surge.

It's a street in transition, which is a not so subtle reference to today's City Daily Photo time theme day.  For lots of different interpretations of that theme check this link..

Bulcock Street

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William Kendall said...

It's strange for those of us in the northern stretches of the planet to think of Christmas and shirt sleeves! Terrific shot.

bitingmidge said...

Thanks @WilliamKendall - for that very reason I've added a weather widget on the "about" pages. You may be interested to watch our weather approach 40°c in the coming week! One day, we'd love to see what Christmas looks like among the white stuff!

Jim said...

Good post.

Gunn said...

I agree with William. Here we have +3C today and plenty of rain. I understand why lots of people are heading for the Canary islands and other nice places this time of year, if there are possibilities for a holiday this time of year.

BarbRad said...

We have all too many streets like this where I live. You chose a great interpretation of this theme.

Lois said...

Good choice for the theme!

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