Bardi ‘Saltwater’ people at England’s most famous sacred site Stonehenge: Photo: © Julian Andrews.
Joorr is a word used by the Bardi ‘Saltwater’ people meaning snake. The Bardi people are from the Dampier Peninsula situated around 200 kilometres north-east of Broome, Western Australia. They are coastal people who have looked to the land, open waters, tidal flats and mangrove creeks for thousands of years for food, law and traditions. Even to this day Bardi people continue to practice their culture and to live this way of life.
Each print is in 5 seasons: Summer,Winter,Spring,Autumn,and Monsoon (Black-White).