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The Big Party Notting Hill Carnival 2019 in Portrait an Exercise in Diversity

It’s Notting Hill Carnival 2019 ‘The Big Party’ Images by Photographer Shane Aurousseau

I have have tried to show the diversity of Carnival and the diversity of London

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It's Carnival 2019

It's Carnival 2019

It's Carnival 2019

It's Carnival 2019

It's Carnival 2019

It's Carnival 2019

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It's Carnival 2019

Images of Notting Hill

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Carnival by Photographer Shane Aurousseau

The Steps by Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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London a Tourist Weekend

The works of Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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‘Summer’ People by Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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Summer in London the works of Photographer Shane Aurousseau

The Photographic works of Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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Semana Santa Malaga Spain 5-4-2015

Drover and Cocky

Australia (30 of 43)

Clancy's Mate on the Stand

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Brexit Reality

Just some reality
About 6.5% of German cars come to the UK.
About 2.6% of German GDP is exported to UK including the 6.5% cars
France exports about 1.4% of GDP to the UK.
The internal EU market is of great importance to EU member states including Germany and France although the UK is an important market a unified Europe is a first priority.
Within the exports to the UK you also have to look at the Rotterdam effect these are European goods passing through the UK to markets beyond. They are calculated into the UK import figures and no one has done the maths on the real effect.
Market GDP
US 19.39 Trillion very difficult for major economies to cut trade deals with and the UK will always be a fringe player here while a major player in the EU.
EU 18.7 Trillion UK already has trade deals.
UK 2.66 Trillion
On a per capita basis the UK is the 28th wealthiest country in the world.
You can say exports to the EU are falling however you can’t calculate the build-on factor growing what you already have. The strategy that most business utilise in order to survive.
Even the Iceni traded with their closest neighbour Europe especially the Italians!
This does not cover all the other disruption airlines, travel ,travel insurance, medical issues, citizens rights, plus the 1000s of non-tariffs that have to be negotiated. Also not to mention the Irish border and Gibraltar. It takes many years to negotiate trade deals there are many precedents for such trade arrangements. Also the current political class don’t seem to have the abilities required to manage a go it alone position.

London Life just Pubs by Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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An Australian Journey in Black and White. Images Shane Aurousseau

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Traditional Houses high pitched Roofs for cooling

Having travelled extensively in the Country of my birth. I felt as a photographer I would like to show a side of Australia that tourists rarely see. The working and gritty side of a commodity driven country.
I have used black and white for strength. I see much of Australia as time warped in the 19th century. Much of the attitude beyond the populated coastal regions is early 20th century  to early post 1945 the 50s and 60s.when I left Australia the first time the population had not yet hit 10 million. Today it borders on 25 million and should continue to grow exponentially.  However still most new comers cling to the coastal regions like clinging to the gunnel of a boat. Little effort has been made by successive governments to develop the interior of this vast continent Island for community growth. The only development has been to plunder one of the world’s great commodity reservoirs. Many will say irrigation is a problem however Australia has one of the great sweet water catchments of the world in the Great Artisian Basin covering in excess of 1/3 of the country. Image result
Still many commodity industries are producing as they have for the last 150 years through the blood sweat and tears of hard yakka (yakka australian for work). As an example Australia produces 1/3 of the world’s wool this wool is of the finest micron quality. Shearing still takes place in the shearing shed on the sheep stations as it has for 150 years. Many commodities are mined in small holdings by sweating miners sometimes working in dangerous conditions.
I hope these images will give an idea of the hard yakka and gritty side of survival in the outback that still exists today. A world not totally based on ‘Information Technology’.

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The Town
Tradition 1800s town centre similar to USA of same period
The Church
The Church Silverton nr Broken Hill
Shopping Centre
Clunes Victoria
The Dunny
The Dunny
The Pub
The Pub
Lion of Waterloo Pub Wellington NSW
Lion of Waterloo Pub Wellington NSW again high pitched roof
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Town Centre Silverton NSW
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Silverton NSW
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Church and Chair Silverton
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The car a Ford 60s
History
History
The Pub bar
The Bar
Trans Australia Indian Pacific
The Indian Pacific Railway Trans Australia Indian to pacific Oceans
Conversation at the Pub
The prospector
The Locals
The indigenous
The Mine
The mine
The Opal Miner
The Miner
The Miner
A Miner
The Miners BW
Smoko in the Mine
Smoko in the Black Opal Mine
Miner at Smoko
The Miner Cowboy Jimmy
Cowboy Jimmy a Miner
Portrait of a Shearer Yakka as a Business
Face of a Shearer
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A Shearer
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The Shearer
Portrait of an Australian Politician
Portrait of an Australian
Kelpie BW
Kelpie the working dog
Drover and Cocky
Drover and Cocky
The Cocky
Cocky Posing
Droving BW
Droving

 

Checking out the machinery Boy's Toys
The Engine Boys Toys
Smoko
Just Smoko
Clancy
On the Stand
Clancy's Mate on the Stand
Shearing the Jumbuck
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Shearer Jumbuck and Smoke
The Shearer
Shearer and Jumbuck

 

Working with the Jumbuck
In the Shed

 

Working in the Shed
Hard Yakka
Shearers in the shed
hard Yakka on the Stand
Shearer and Jumbuck
Shearer Yakka with the Jumbuck
The Drover
The Drover
The Cocky
Cocky Posing
Hard Yakka
Yakka on the Stand
Hard Yakka Shearing
Broomy in the Shed
Hard Yakka at the Table
Broomy and yakka at the Table
Cocky resting
Cocky resting
Cocky and Sheep Dogs Flea Taxis Kelpies
Cocky and flea Taxis Kelpies
Checking the wool at the Table
At the Table
At the Table
Checking the Wool at the Table
Clancy and Mate on the Stand
Yakka

 

At the Table hard Yakka
On the table

 

A Local
A Local
Boul Boce
Playing Bocce
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The Gum

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Images by Shane Aurousseau