The Great Outdoors
 

Experiences of the wilderness are generally associated with very clear of timelines of holidays (allocated and partitioned time for the experience) and physical boundaries of protection (campervans, tents and equipment) then we return to our normal lifestyles supported by complex systems and infrastructures. What is it like to live in the natural environment permanently? I asked Margaret Scobie an her family to build a traditional shelter as a way of exploring this idea.

Mick Walters Photographer | David Nixon Aerial photographer | Margaret Scobie, Jacinta Hayes & Wayne Scrutton Cultural consultants & Humpy construction | Permissions: Lhere Artepe Aboriginal Corporation; Crown Land Estate; Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics; Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority

 
 
 
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