Australia Day Parade January 26th, 2013, King William Street, Adelaide.
Unknown model photographed from the sidelines.
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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.
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  • Berns
    Bernsabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful capture Ben !

  • Thanks Berns

    – Ben Loveday

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteabout 2 years ago

    beautifully captured Ben.

  • Thanks Julie

    – Ben Loveday

  • athex
    athexabout 2 years ago

    Superburm image Ben and so very important

  • There was a better bum on the Brazilian girl in the feather outfit…

    – Ben Loveday

  • athex
    athexabout 2 years ago

    Ooops typo should have been superb image

  • Rhoufi
    Rhoufiabout 2 years ago

    Dramatic street portrait Ben

  • Thanks Roufi.

    – Ben Loveday

  • Joseph  Tillman
    Joseph Tillmanabout 2 years ago

    This is stunning and the title fits a changing Australian society. She also represents the same demographic and cultural change that is transpiring in the United States. A fav!!

  • Sandra Moore
    Sandra Mooreabout 2 years ago

    beautiful work!

  • Thanka Sandra (rather belatedlyLOL)

    – Ben Loveday

  • Joseph  Tillman
    Joseph Tillmanabout 2 years ago

  • Hi Joseph- just read this comment after 2 years (I’m such a slacker). Yes, our society is changing but africans are still a very small minority in our community. We are still very much a Eurocentric community with large %‘s of Brits, Italians, Greeks, and other mostly eastern Europeans, but with rapidly rising numbers of Chinese, Malaysians, Indians and Koreans. Unlike the USA, this girl is a born and bred African, probably Nigerian…there’s been a bit of migration due to the wars in Africa. We are also largely free of racial strife, most likely because there are so few “right wind rednecks” here.

    – Ben Loveday

  • The Australia day march includes each of the cultural groups in our community- all displaying their national costumes, peculiar music and customs and culminating in a food fair extravaganza at the end of the march- virtually every country in the world is represented. I did like the Nigerians because they are so beautiful, but the clear winner were the Brazilians, with their dazzling costumes and “wiggling”!!! (A bit too fast for my camera though)

    – Ben Loveday

  • faceart
    faceartabout 2 years ago

  • thanks faceart!

    – Ben Loveday

  • Karen Checca
    Karen Checcaover 1 year ago


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