Australia: Wild Nature and Civic Heart

For the first time human civilization reached to the land of Australia, historian Rhys Jones noted in his essay: “the discoverers’ struggling through the surf were met on the beaches by other people looking at then from the edge of trees. This the same landscape perceived by the newcomers as alien, hostile, or having no coherent from, was to the indigenous people their home, a familiar place, the inspiration of dreams.”

Yet hundreds’ years later, this land is refined by the collapse of ingenuousness and foreignness, to become an inspiration of everybody that comes here. Or at least, for me.

Here are some more works that I’ve done in Australia:

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