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That’s Alice
In the centre of Australia, like the very literal geographic centre of Australia, Alice is one of those places that everyone sort of knows about, but not many people really know about.
I admit I didn’t know what to expect. I certainly didn’t expect the extent of hiking in the ranges on the city outskirts where a bicycle ride from the centre of Alice can eventually lead you to gorges or high passes. A lot is said about the space in the centre of Australia and its effect on the mind.
I don’t want to add to it, mostly because I don’t quite know how to describe it without it coming off awkwardly. But maybe all I’d say is that it gives a similar feel as the sea. Which is strange as its probably as far as you can get from the sea in this country, but it does. 
And like the sea, it has a particular draw that you can’t quite describe, it’d be like trying to describe the feeling of the ocean to someone who’s never seen it before. That’s Alice.
Craig Allsop
 
Craig Allsop
Craig Allsop is an applied anthropologist. He’s interested in remote ways of life as well as the stuff found down the street. His photography work deals with ways of seeing, and being in the world, the sort of work that’s not for people in a hurry. After long periods of travel the past couple of years have seen Craig somewhat settled in West Australia. Working and exploring the remote West Australian Desert.
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