Saw these on a news site this morning - digital montages mixing people of 1914 with their 21st century counterparts on the streets of Adelaide.
King William Street, Adelaide, looking south from Gouger Street, taken on the last day on which the Glenelg train came up King William Street.
Corner of Rundle and Charles Streets, Adelaide, taken 16 July 1915, showing shoppers passing Brunkhorst's premises.
People attending a Boer War Memorial service in North Terrace, viewed from the corner of King William Street looking to the south-east.
Overhead view of King William Street, Adelaide looking north from the Town Hall clock tower; pedestrians mingle with horse drawn vehicles and electric trams.
Crowds of holiday-makers walking on the jetty at Henley Beach, others are on the sands or the foreshore.
A team of four rowers and their cox working out on the Torrens River at Adelaide.
An electric tram and shoppers in The Parade, Norwood, with the Norwood town hall in the background. The town hall is now obscured by trees which have replaced the tram line.
Two electric trams passing pedestrians walking along King William Road over the City Bridge, near Adelaide.