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Kuwarddewardde, The Stone Country by David Hancock

$60.00 inc. GST

Top End author and photographer David Hancock provides revealing insights about the Stone Country and Bininj Aboriginal people who inhabit Kuwarddewardde (Stone Country) in the Top End of northern Australia.

His exquisite photography of people, flora, fauna and country, including superb rock art, show the close relationships he has with his subjects fostered over many years. This gorgeous and beautifully written book takes us into one of Australia’s truly wild and special places in the company of the Traditional Owners.


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The Arnhem Land plateau is an ancient and forbidding landscape of layered sandstone, cut deeply by gorges and crevasses. Remote and rugged, it is one of the most inaccessible and least disturbed environments left on earth.Aboriginal people have lived here for more than 60,000 years – their extraordinary artistic record, adorning the walls and ceilings of thousands of rock shelters, is unparalleled.

Darwin, NT : Skyscan Australia, 2018
Hard cover. 216 pages : colour illustrations, 1 colour map, colour portraits ; 30 cm