The Yarra in Melbourne Australia has played a pivotal role in the pre-European history and the modern development of Melbourne. To the original Wurundjeri people, the river was “birrarung” – ‘river of mists and shadows’. They camped on both banks of the river, especially near present day Government House and the Melbourne Cricket Ground. They caught eels in the swamps and lagoons of the river and fished using funnel-shaped fish pots.
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3 shots bracketed @ +2 -2
F 20 ISO 100
Nikon 18-70mm lens
focal length 18mm