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Australia Day Parade January 26th, 2013, King William Street, Adelaide.Unknown model photographed from the sidelines.Featured in: Life in the City Suburbs or Bush + Live, Love, Dream + All Street Portraiture + The Addicted Photographer
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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. .
Beautiful capture Ben !
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beautifully captured Ben.
Superburm image Ben and so very important
There was a better bum on the Brazilian girl in the feather outfit…
Ooops typo should have been superb image
Dramatic street portrait Ben
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!!
Thanka Sandra (rather belatedlyLOL)
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.
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)
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