Monthly Archives: April 2014

Aboriginal scarred tree 2

This was the first Aboriginal scarred tree we found. It is next to the gravel public road on Warra Warra, directly opposite the gate between two of our properties. We have passed it many hundreds of times without really seeing … Continue reading

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Signs in the landscape 2

Everywhere. Traces of white ‘settlement’ in the landscape. Stretching back to 1828, like an old fence line between the past and present. Timber, wire, metal, glass. Ghost gateways to former paddocks and yards. Old posts; sometimes a single sentinel, often … Continue reading

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Dogs on the Backs of Utes 15

Sometimes you’ve got to bend the rules! Light rain and much stuff in the tray meant Lisa got to travel in the cabin rather than on the back of her ute. She’s an old lady now but her owner told … Continue reading

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