Serpent and Waterhole

Aerial photography – Shark Bay, Western Australia


‘Serpent and Waterhole’ is a homage to Shark Bay’s rich cultural heritage which began about 30,000 years ago with indigenous people belonging to the Malgana, Nhanda and Yingkarta language groups. The Malgana name for Shark Bay is Gutharraguda, which means ‘two bays’ or ‘two waters’.

Shark Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Area, in Western Australia.

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