white local ochre and Samson and Delilah

white as skin
The local white rock when ground became a skin tone, symbolic transformation.
Upon the brown red ochre, a dialogue between skin develops, the figure and ground constructs the exchange.
Upon the brown red ochre, a dialogue between skin develops, the figure and ground constructs the exchange.

Samson and Delilah by Warwick Thornton was inspirational. I noted the positive connections to country, kinship laws and language, the humour and the negative affects of the urban environment and fossil fuels.

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