Australian Aborigines

koerperlich: “Ceremony of the Wind Totem Warramunga Tribe Australia ”

Australian Aboriginal - Full war paint.

Australian Aboriginal - Full war paint.

Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. 1870s, from the National Library of Australia

Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. National Library of Australia.

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A Modern History of Tasmanian Aboriginal Peoples

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Baldwin Spencer Photographs of Aboriginal (Australia 1901)

Baldwin Spencer Photographs of Aboriginal (Australia

Australian aboriginal and Totem pole.

Native Australian and a Totem pole.

For Aboriginal People, the Earth retains the imprint of the Heroes of the "Dreamtime", which have shaped her with their steps and have given birth to   all living creatures. These heroes continue to act on the forces of the universe (the  fertility of nature, the fertility of women, rain, winds), and to guide men during sleep.

For Aboriginal People, the Earth retains the imprint of the Heroes of the…

Wermugga corroboree in 1892 at south end of Bondi Beach photo Charles Kerry Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery | Australian Aboriginal Paintings and Artworks

Wermugga corroboree in 1892 at south end of Bondi Beach photo Charles Kerry Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery

Blueswami - Old Photos of Australian Aborigines - Old Photos of Australian Aborigines

Blueswami - Old Photos of Australian Aborigines - Old Photos of Australian Aborigines - Collecting magpie geese eggs, Arnhem Land (?

Aboriginal Australia Version Voyages, www.versionvoyages.fr

Australian Aboriginal with his wind instrument; a Didgeridoo. It is blown into making assorted drone sounds. Very essential in many Aboriginal ceremonies.

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Aboriginal man Photograph by Pre Eighteenth Cetury - Aboriginal man Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

An Aboriginal man hunting in the Fraser Range, Western Australia, late in the nineteenth century.

australian aboriginal hand made hunting tools.

ABORIGINAL boomerang and shield | australian red dessert

Luritja man demonstrating method of attack with boomerang under cover of a shield, central Australia,

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