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Aboriginal Art fair

Today we had decided to go into Adelaide to the Aboriginal Art Fair. I was hoping to buy a few things but unfortunately all the things I liked were a bit expensive. Would have been worth it but just couldn't justify the expense. After wondering around for a while and watching an Aboriginal lady burning a pattern onto some wood, we then walked to Rundle Street.

Rundle Street is closed to vehicles on a Sunday as they set up a market there. We had some time to spare as we were meeting some friends for lunch not too far away. We strolled and again I saw some great things but I don't really need them so I didn't buy much. There was one food stall that I definately had to take a photo of as I had never seen, chips on a stick!

While walking back to the car, I saw something quite amusing so had to take a photo. I have seen many people with bags, checking garbage bins for drink cans and bottles before (in South Australia we get a refund on them but lots of people still throw them in the bin) but this man was very busy collecting. He had a shopping trolley that had heaps of bags hanging off it and around it, and he was filling them all up with cans etc.

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Aboriginal Art fair
Aboriginal Art fair
Aboriginal artist
Aboriginal artist
Entertainment
Entertainment
Rundle Street markets
Rundle Street markets
Chips on the Stick
Chips on the Stick
There was someone collecting drink…
There was someone collecting drin…
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photo by: shirlan