water-towers in the Mallee
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Although it is the grain silos along the old railway lines that dominate the landscape in the Mallee, the odd-looking, elevated water towers also stand out in the regional landscape.… Read More

ruins
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The decaying and empty houses in the dying small towns is one of the most obvious features of the Mallee in South Australia and Victoria, and it is largely the result of the de-population of the inland countryside that started in the late 20th century around the 1970s. An era was coming to a close. … Read More

Background
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Background: Photographing the Mallee The Photographing the Mallee project consists of two stages. The first stage, known as Mallee Routes,  began in early 2017. It was a collaborative  3 year project between  2017-2020 by three photographers–Eric Algra, Gilbert Roe and Gary … Read More

Dust storm
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Around lunch time whilst travelling south on the Mallee Highway I encountered a dust storm sweeping across the sun drenched agricultural landscape from the south west.… Read More

the first step
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One notable aspect of the Mallee in the Murray-Darling Basin is that, apart from the various national parks, it primarily consists of agricultural landscapes, small towns, and minimal, scrappy native vegetation along the side of the roads.… Read More

Photographing the Mallee
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Mallee Routes is a collective photographic project over three years by three photographers — Eric Algra, Gilbert Roe and Gary Sauer-Thompson.… Read More

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