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Show solidarity for those affected by the Paris attacks
Surrealist artist Andrew Baines is renowned for his quirky photos at the Adelaide beach front suburb of Henley Beach.
After the recent Paris attacks by Isis terrorists, Andrew was shocked by the tragedy that has affected so many lives. He felt that the best response is to send a message of sympathy to the people of France using his unique creative skills.
This Sunday at 7am at the front of Joe's Kiosk Henley Beach, Andrew is asking people in Adelaide to join him for a special photo shoot. Come and stand along the water's edge dressed in white attire and holding a white umbrella, looking to the horizon. The image created will be a demonstrative visual way of saying "On the other side of the world in Adelaide, we are thinking of you Parisians".
Andrew Baines will photograph this event, and will also bring a book of condolences and hope that people can sign, and write comments that will be given to the French consulate in Adelaide.