My partner and I live in a small town on the eastern coast of Australia, land traditionally owned by the Bundjalung and Arakwal people. Their womens’ totem is the bottle-nose dolphin, often seen in pods fishing and frolicking offshore. These graceful beings are particularly lively when the humpback whales migrate past the lighthouse twice a year, swimming to and from their tropical breeding and birthing grounds up north.

The Australian continent, held in place by gravitational love.

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