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Portfolio Tag: Green

Brolga Dreaming Green by Nambooka

[gallery link="none" ids="4679,4677,4676"] Dreamtime: Brolga is the name of an amazing dancing bird, which belongs to the crane family. The Brolga’s elaborate dancing performances are partly for their own pleasure and partly a mating ritual. Female brolgas are easily distinguished from their male counterparts by their trumpeting sound while dancing. Aboriginal people have immortalised their graceful steps...
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Bush Onions and Wild Flowers Green by Jane Doolan

[gallery link="none" ids="4684,4686"] Dreamtime: In winter, after rains, new flowers become abundant. These become very decorative with bright yellow, pink and lavender colours. Wild bush onions have small bulb like onions, long slender green leaves, like thick blades of grass and have distinct onion smell. The bulbs offer a pungent onion flavour; however, the green tops are...
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Bush Plum Green by Polly Wheeler

[gallery link="none" ids="4688,4687"] Dreamtime: The Bush Plum is a vital food source for the Aboriginal people and is frequently featured in the Women’s dreaming stories. The fruits are harvested by shaking the trees until they fall to the ground but the fruits, although already quite sweet, need to be soaked in water to soften and plump them...
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Dreamtime Riverbed Green by Anna Pitjara

[gallery link="none" ids="4693,4692,4690"] Dreamtime: Aboriginals have been living in Australia for around 60,000 years. Australia being a driest continent, they have been mostly dependent on the creeks or rivers for their needs. They have an enormous amount of knowledge of managing water resources within Australian landscape. They remember the river by telling stories, singing songs, visiting dry...
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