Away From Home is a series of photographs that explore the dualities that surround the idea of home.
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erra Nullius, from the Latin, describes a land without an owner. Whilst it may be inhabited, it is not actively farmed. During the colonisation of Australia by the British in 1770, the principle of Terra Nullius was evoked in a bid to legitimise the continent’s invasion. In 1992, the High Court of Australia retroactively invalidated […]
took these photos during the last two year of my high school, also the second and third year that i have live in Australia. I am confuse about this new country and the different environment, also my future.
This story is about Australia’s Murray-Darling River System. These two rivers form the most important series of Rivers, watercourses, lakes and wetlands in Australia and account for most of Australia’s food production.
During real drought conditions it is important that water is kept up to the livestock and a major priority is the daily checking of the water pumping infrastructure…