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Autumn In The Hills 2020.

Adelaide Hills 2020…It’s going to be hard to forget this autumn.

At a time of year when the masses normally descend on the region wrapped in scarves to sample wine, drink coffee, and find the perfect flame red background for a selfie…the streets have been deserted.  The wineries closed, coffee shops empty and who knows what’s happened to that chestnut guy in Stirling? The global pandemic has meant the showing off the Adelaide Hills does in autumn has gone largely unnoticed.

So I feel it’s up to me to document the beauty of the hills this season to share with those that didn’t have the pleasure of walking amongst the colour.   

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Walking the streets with my boy.

School holiday fun in the city… My eldest is right into photography at the moment and I love to get out and shoot with him. So I took the opportunity to get him out of the house today and hone his skills around the city, naturally keeping a good social distance between us and other humans (COVID-19 for those reading this when 2020 is nothing but a bad memory). We were looking for street art and weren’t disappointed. Adelaide hasn’t got the brick canvases of your Melbourne’s or NYC, but hey, we’re on our way. There’s some really beautiful works to be found and pounding the pavement with my son makes the search even better!!

 

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