Frizztext’s A to Z Challenge; Aborigine

I have just discovered “Frizztext’s” weekly challenge. Working through the alphabet a letter each week and this is week one so we start with A.

What better way for me to start from Australia and showcasing our amazing indigenous people, the Aborigine.

Playing the didgeridoo an instrument carved from a hollow tree trunk

Playing the didgeridoo an instrument carved from a hollow tree trunk

Dance of the Jabiru

Dance of the Jabiru

Dance of the Jabiru

Dance of the Jabiru

Success

Success, where there’s smoke there is fire…

At the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary The local Aboriginal tribe give a demonstration of their culture, including dancing and fire lighting ceremonies.

 

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8 thoughts on “Frizztext’s A to Z Challenge; Aborigine

  1. Fabulous photos and what a great challenge!

  2. Such amazing people and culture!

    • They are survivors living in this difficult country 40000 years some say as long as 60000 years. They are to be admired

  3. fantastic post for A pp, your photos are excellent, I have not seen a performance like that up close 🙂

    • They were taken back in the days of film so they have been scanned into the computer. I was quite pleased with the result

  4. This is a fun challenge.

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