Tiwi People

Brandon and Steel sailing home

. . . to the Tiwi Islands.

Tiwi Art Workshop

Making Funeral Poles.

With the popularity of Aboriginal art
these are now highly sought after.

But still . . . they are Funeral Poles.

Tiwi Lunchtime.

Teddy the Elder

. . . and Jimmy the Younger.

The elusive Tiwi Tiger

Pure evil … some say.

Yet … not elusive enough.

But just in case?

Ernie Dingo and me … Not Tiwi people.

Ernie on the job filming a documentary
on Tiwi, for SBS Television, Australia.

Photography;
Linda & David B. Redpath Β© 2019

90 thoughts on “Tiwi People”

      1. The Tiwi’s are but a small drop
        off the huge mainland continent
        of Australia. Apparently there was
        trade between the vastly dispersed
        indigenous tribes. And they do all
        have common ancestry as well as
        cultural roots. I’ve taken pictures of
        some ancient rock art from Uluru
        and Kakadu. I’ll post them soon
        … just for you Graham 😎

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    1. Some people, it seems, have every
      right to complain, yet smile anyway.
      It’s good to get out of the city every
      now and then, where things are often
      quite the opposite ☹️
      Glad you enjoyed the post, JT 😎

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  1. i looked at this posting four times, breathtaking pics, guys. thanks so much i loved looking at the children and the little tiger so very special and sacred puts my tired fevered brain in a good space πŸ™‚

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