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Aboriginal Culture Painted

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Australian Aboriginal people use various techniques to decorate their bodies for ceremonial occasions. Their bodies can be painted with natural clays and pigments or decorated with bush cotton. Sometimes elaborate headresses are created or feathers woven into long strands of string made from pandanus palm leaves.

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Image #1. Aboriginal Culture Painted Declaration of Limmen National Park in the gulf of carpentaria country of the northern territory. NT Chief minister Paul Henderson with traditional owners - aboriginal land indigenous country

Image #2. Aboriginal Culture Painted Declaration of Limmen National Park in the gulf of carpentaria country of the northern territory. NT Chief minister Paul Henderson with traditional owners - aboriginal land indigenous country

Image #3. Aboriginal Culture Painted Declaration of Limmen National Park in the gulf of carpentaria country of the northern territory. NT Chief minister Paul Henderson with traditional owners - aboriginal land indigenous country

Image #4. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal men from Arnhem Land coast - turtle totem

Image #5. Aboriginal Culture Painted Djelk Indigenous Protected Area covers 673,200 hectares of central Arnhem Land plateau country, woodlands, floodplains and coastal areas out into the Arafura Sea

Image #6. Aboriginal Culture Painted Declaration of Limmen National Park in the gulf of carpentaria country of the northern territory. NT Chief minister Paul Henderson with traditional owners - aboriginal land indigenous country

Image #7. Aboriginal Culture Painted Declaration of Limmen National Park in the gulf of carpentaria country of the northern territory. NT Chief minister Paul Henderson with traditional owners - aboriginal land indigenous country

Image #8. Aboriginal Culture Painted Merrepen arts festival at Daly River, northern territory, australia. aboriginal culture indigenous art and craft sport

Image #9. Aboriginal Culture Painted Tiwi Aboriginal woman dressed for ceremony.

Image #10. Aboriginal Culture Painted Declaration of Limmen National Park in the gulf of carpentaria country of the northern territory. NT Chief minister Paul Henderson with traditional owners - aboriginal land indigenous country

Image #11. Aboriginal Culture Painted Jawoyn boys and elders painted for dancing. 106550

Image #12. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal men from Yuendemu in Central Australia, dressed in bush cotton headresses.

Image #13. Aboriginal Culture Painted A Tiwi Aboriginal man painted for ceremony.

Image #14. Aboriginal Culture Painted Tiwi Aboriginal men painted for ceremony.

Image #15. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal women and girls from the tanami region, painting for ceremony.

Image #16. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal women dancing at the Garma Festival.

Image #17. Aboriginal Culture Painted Tiwi Aboriginal man painted for ceremony.

Image #18. Aboriginal Culture Painted Yolngu Aboriginal people from north-east Arnhem Land celebrate their culture at the annual Garma Festival. Children being painted for ceremony.

Image #19. Aboriginal Culture Painted Warlpiri Aboriginal man prepares for a ceremony in central Australia by adorning his body with grass seed and kapok, or bush cotton

Image #20. Aboriginal Culture Painted Tiwi Warrior at a ceremony

Image #21. Aboriginal Culture Painted Yolngu Aboriginal men and boys dance in a ceremony - the dance has been performed by their people for hundreds of years.

Image #22. Aboriginal Culture Painted Young boy is painted for dancing at the Garma Festival in Northeast ArnhemLand.

Image #23. Aboriginal Culture Painted Warlpiri Aboriginal men ready for a ceremony in central Australia, their bodies adorned with paint, grass seed and kapok, or bush cotton. Emu feather headresses

Image #24. Aboriginal Culture Painted Traditional musicians and dancers in Yothu Yindi.

Image #25. Aboriginal Culture Painted Mangatjay Yunupingu, Makuma Yunupingu and Witiyana Marika from Yothu Yindi.

Image #26. Aboriginal Culture Painted Tiwi elder Aloysius Puantulura of Bathurst Island prepares for a ceremony.

Image #27. Aboriginal Culture Painted Dancer from the Tiwi Islands prepares for dancing.

Image #28. Aboriginal Culture Painted Central Australian Aboriginal man decorated for ceremony.

Image #29. Aboriginal Culture Painted Makuma Yunupingu is painted for ceremony.

Image #30. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal men and boys from Arukun in north Queensland dressed and painted for a dance which has been part of their culture for hundreds of years.

Image #31. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal boy painted for ceremony.

Image #32. Aboriginal Culture Painted Aboriginal women demonstrate against the grog in Alice Springs

Image #33. Aboriginal Culture Painted Tiwi Islanders dancing prior to the Tiwi Football Grand final. Aboriginal aborigine indigenous culture sport tourism visit ceremony

Image #34. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture

Image #35. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture

Image #36. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture

Image #37. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture

Image #38. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture

Image #39. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans.

Image #40. Aboriginal Culture Painted 300th anniversary of the Dutch landing at Purrampunarli on Karslake peninsula, Melville Island. Tiwi warrior painting for ceremony. ochre aboriginal indigenous culture

 

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