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The picture below is from the archives. It was one of the first steps I’d made to move away from photographing the CBD and Port Adelaide. It was made on one of my early roadtrips to the northern eastern Mt Lofty Ranges and the Murray Mallee plains. From memory the suburb was called Paradise a  north-eastern suburb of Adelaide.

I wandered around Paradise whilst I was on my way to Walker Flat on the River Murray via the Lower North East Rd and Gorge Rd and via Gumeracha and Mt Pleasant.


I had the New Topographical movement in the US in the back of my mind. The idea was to photograph the new suburbs in Northern Adelaide whilst I was on the road trips. I understood that the new suburbs that were being built in the north east to be a classic example of the human-altered landscape.

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