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Indigenous musician, playing the didgeridoo and tribal drums simultaneously, Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia. Featured in: The Group + Black and White Photography 4 You + Life in the City Suburbs or Bush + Men At Work + Everyday Life + Hat Heads
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Ben Loveday is a photographic artist based in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, with a focus on landscape, urban and conceptual photography.Images are owned and © copyrighted by Benjamin Loveday. Use without permission is prohibited by law. All rights reserved. .
Ben this is BEAUTIFUL !
All the artists are gathering for the annual Adelaide Fringe Festival and being Valentines day as well, the Mall was really buzzing -full of flower stalls, husbands running everywhere with red roses, weird buskers and hordes of tourists, including what looks like a cruise liner’s worth of 20 year old asian girls looking for trouble!….photos on the way..
– Ben Loveday
Very cool!!! Love Rundle Mall!
Thanks Wendi..its definitely worth a visit to take candid street shots of people
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Buskers rule on didgeridoo, or on any old thing you have to blow, strum, or bang. Keeping music LIVE! Great catch Ben.
Many thanks Joseph!
congratulations for your well deserved feature in the Life in the City, Suburbs, or Bush group !!!my best, francis.