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This portrait was taken at the beginning of the final ride at the Bronco Branding that was in honour of Lynnie’s late husband Adam who died doing what he loved driving in the Targa Rally.
When simplicity is expected chaos and calamity is sure to follow
These encounters show a mixed variety of the Coober Pedy society without a sense of discrimination as the camera reflects the story of the subject(s) at this particular moment in time. There is no staging or make up artists this is an honest, raw, bare bones representation. Importantly these street portraits utilise the surrounding environment and encapsulate the people in their natural environments which is a key to the process of creating a sense of vulnerability and honesty between the photographer and the subject.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this gallery does contain images and voices of people who have died.