My partner and I live in a small town “down under” on the eastern coast of Australia. This region of land was traditionally owned by the Bungalung and Arakwal aboriginal peoples. Their womens’ totem is the bottlenose dolphin, often seen in numbers fishing and frolicking offshore. These graceful creatures seem particularly lively when the humpback whales migrate past the lighthouse twice a year, swimming to and from their tropical breeding grounds up north.

The Australian continent, held in place by gravitational love.

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Cathar Hymn – Mika El
Shakuhachi Flute – Masayuki Koga
Hymn to Sri Andal – Vasu Devan
Photographs on this website – Mr. Peter