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The guys from Wardan Aboriginal Centre and the Noyt Kobori Spirit Dancers really put on a wonderful traditional performance for us at the Busselton Beach Festival…. the music and dance was spectacular and fascinating to see. The amazing part was how many children from the audience got up to dance as well, given the fact that judging by this face, it might have been a little “scary”!!!!

Thank you “David”!

More images can be found here

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aboriginal, aborigine, act, body, busselton, dance, didgeridoo, performance, wardan

Comments

  • Basia McAuley
    Basia McAuleyover 5 years ago

    Now that is a great capture! It almost makes you jump back from the screen! ;o) Excellent work Dear Wendy!!

  • Hi Basia, thanks for looking in….. yes they were pretty spectacular in their performance and this guy in particular had the most expressive face….!!!! he was amazing!

    – Wendy Slee

  • Wendy  Slee
    Wendy Sleeover 5 years ago

  • Anthony Begovic
    Anthony Begovicover 5 years ago

    Pure brilliance, Wendy.
    These images are fantastic.

  • thank you so much Anthony, coming from you with your amazing vision and skills at capturing humanity…..that is a real compliment!

    – Wendy Slee

  • Peacefulwarrior
    Peacefulwarriorover 5 years ago

    Great shot… all nice photos, what a great chance to capture some real tradtional stuff….. exceptional.

  • Thank you so much Steve…… shame you weren’t down here last weekend for the beach festival….so much happening……. But next time you venture south maybe take in the Wardan centre at Yallingup! These guys are amazing to see and talk with….

    – Wendy Slee

  • Danielle Knight
    Danielle Knightover 5 years ago

    wow, the children look beautiful. Great image here Wendy, very expressive.

  • the children were gorgeous…… such characters…. so were the adults LOL!!! thanks Danielle!

    – Wendy Slee

  • Barssel
    Barsselover 5 years ago

    Excellent capture Wendy……………….real emotion

  • Thank you Barssel…… yes he really was a master at performing!

    – Wendy Slee

  • alneaimi
    alneaimiover 5 years ago

    wow amazing photos , i have a wish that one day i will get to see Aboriginal people , i met one on an air plane once he was very wise man , i enjoyed talking to him.

  • I have discovered great wisdom in my indigenous friends too…..Thank you for looking at the images and commenting….I hope one day you will get this opportunity to meet them in person. The Wardandi people run an amazing place and art gallery that is open to anyone wishing to learn about their culture and spend time…. it would be a great place for you to visit and hear their stories. You can see their website at the link I placed to the right….

    – Wendy Slee

  • blamo
    blamoover 5 years ago

    good to see people having fun with there heritage ……….fine shots wendy

  • Hey Tone, thanks for looking…and your comments…yes I am sure they were having a great deal of fun…… it really showed!

    – Wendy Slee

  • Crowmanic
    Crowmanicover 5 years ago

    Impressive… well captured … hopefully not aggressive… good one Wendy.

  • he put on a really good show of it! Tried to scare the kids, but they would not have it…..most of them got up to dance with him and the others……. but from the camera’s point of view…it sure looked scary….LOL They do a great job of sharing culture, these guys…. I always try to see their performances or have a chat.

    – Wendy Slee

  • Ravenor
    Ravenorover 5 years ago

    Thats what I like to see, a nice warm friendly face…. lol
    Great pics Wendy!!. somehing different.. :-)

  • we Aussies are all like that!
    LOL
    (gee – between this and the emus, we really might be cause for concern with overseas viewers! lol)

    – Wendy Slee

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