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Aboriginal Elder and Cedric Playing Sticks - Australia

Aboriginal Elder and Cedric Playing Sticks - Australia

This painting shows one of many Dreamtime stories and hunting methods that were passed down through our people, the Bakandji, over thousands of years.  It depicts a Sand Goanna being hunted around a water hole which is on a claypan base between sandhills, where the Goanna burrows. Our tribe used digging sticks that are made from the Wattle Tree, to dig the Goanna out.

This painting shows one of many Dreamtime stories and hunting methods that were passed down through our people, the Bakandji, over thousands of years. It depicts a Sand Goanna being hunted around a water hole which is on a claypan base between sandhills, where the Goanna burrows. Our tribe used digging sticks that are made from the Wattle Tree, to dig the Goanna out.

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Aboriginal boy with a Kangaroo for a pet, Photo shared by the Australia National Geographic | October 1955.   v@e.

Aboriginal boy with a Kangaroo for a pet, Photo shared by the Australia National Geographic | October 1955. v@e.

Australia | An Aboriginal dancer sits patiently while others paint his back. Arnhem Land, Northern Territory | ©Howell Walker

Australia | An Aboriginal dancer sits patiently while others paint his back. Arnhem Land, Northern Territory | ©Howell Walker

'First Australian - Aboriginal people of Australia'  Jong Shin Lee

'First Australian - Aboriginal people of Australia' Jong Shin Lee

"Young dancers wait to perform at the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival in North Queensland, Australia. The biennial festival has been running for 30 years and attracts dancers from across Queensland - Dave Hunt/EPA" Via: http://www.aliraqi.org/forums/showthread.php?p=147800118

"Young dancers wait to perform at the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival in North Queensland, Australia. The biennial festival has been running for 30 years and attracts dancers from across Queensland - Dave Hunt/EPA" Via: http://www.aliraqi.org/forums/showthread.php?p=147800118

Australia | An aborigine with painted body stands in Arnhem Land. | © Charles & Josette Lenars

Australia | An aborigine with painted body stands in Arnhem Land. | © Charles & Josette Lenars

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