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While camping at Mitchell Falls in the western Kimberley we were surrounded throughout the night by fires lit by National Park authorities to aid the germination of bush seed. This form of environmental care has been practised by Aborigines for millennia. As smoke tempered the early morning light with lovely evenness, the colours of rock and water began to glow. Now as I recall this unrepeatable moment, I think of a line from an old song by The Eagles – "Call some place Paradise and kiss it goodbye" – and I say a prayer for the preservation of such unique wilderness.
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Catalogue Number: WAX858
Edition Size: 100 only
Print Ratio: 3:1
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