From The Age: In the Northern Territory’s imaginary landscapes, Sophie Cunningham sees anew.
I realised that, despite my distance from Central Australia and the indigenous culture there, I had heard Aboriginal stories and looked at Aboriginal art for much of my life. Those words and pictures had given me a way of seeing the beauty in this, one of our richest landscapes. The people I worked with over those 12 days had all given me a different way of looking at the territory as well: a place of watery cows, complexity, bulldust, danger and shimmering beauty.
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