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Australian Aboriginal flag, Naidoc, history and symbolism

Australian Aboriginal flag, Naidoc, history and symbolism

Samantha Harris | Inspiration for Photography Midwest | photographymidwest.com | #pmw #photographymidwest

Samantha Harris | Inspiration for Photography Midwest | photographymidwest.com | #pmw #photographymidwest

Australian Aborigines | picture 1 environmental injustice 4 australian aborigines

Australian Aborigines | picture 1 environmental injustice 4 australian aborigines

Tiwi ceremonial body design / The Tiwi Islands, Australia, comprise two inhabited islands – Bathurst and Melville - and nine smaller uninhabited islands. They are located in the eastern Timor Sea 80 kilometres north of Darwin in the Northern Territory.

Tiwi ceremonial body design / The Tiwi Islands, Australia, comprise two inhabited islands – Bathurst and Melville - and nine smaller uninhabited islands. They are located in the eastern Timor Sea 80 kilometres north of Darwin in the Northern Territory.

Aboriginal - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Aboriginal - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Australia New South Wales. | An Aboriginal man at Katoomba. | Photographer Nigel Pavitt, © John Warburton-Lee

Australia New South Wales. | An Aboriginal man at Katoomba. | Photographer Nigel Pavitt, © John Warburton-Lee

Traditional Aboriginal face painting, Northern Territory, Australia | © Art Wolfe

Traditional Aboriginal face painting, Northern Territory, Australia | © Art Wolfe

Australia: Aboriginal Culture; Playing the traditional aboriginal musical instrument, the didgeridoo. © Steve Evans

Australia: Aboriginal Culture; Playing the traditional aboriginal musical instrument, the didgeridoo. © Steve Evans

Gnowee is a Wotjobaluk (Aboriginal people of south-eastern Australia) Solar Goddess whose torch is the Sun. She once a woman who lived when it was eternally dark. One day she left her little boy sleeping while she went out to dig for yams. Gnowee wandered so far that she could not find her little boy, so she climbed into the sky with her great bark torch (Sun) to get a clearer view. She still wanders the sky , lighting the whole world as she searches for her son.

Gnowee is a Wotjobaluk (Aboriginal people of south-eastern Australia) Solar Goddess whose torch is the Sun. She once a woman who lived when it was eternally dark. One day she left her little boy sleeping while she went out to dig for yams. Gnowee wandered so far that she could not find her little boy, so she climbed into the sky with her great bark torch (Sun) to get a clearer view. She still wanders the sky , lighting the whole world as she searches for her son.

Badjiri - Indigenous Aborigine of Australia

Badjiri - Indigenous Aborigine of Australia