Loy's CountryApril 25, 2019 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 24 °C
The story of Loy’s country continued as she showed us stone carvings that she said dated back approx 20,000 years.
The carving showed emu tracks and water as part of a map of the area.
She spoke about the vegetation in the area and how the desert oak develops as a needle like tree until it’s tap root reaches ground water at which point branches start to grow away from the main trunk.
Loy was well educated and well spoken and talked about the trails and tribulations of gaining aboriginal title and how other indigenous aboriginals have been potentially denied control of their country because of their lack of knowledge of political process.
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