Nyaluŋ, Dundiwuy #2 Munuŋgurr (dec)
40 x 60cm Paper: BFK RIVES BLACK
Ṉinydjiya is a tidal flat, salt pan, swampland (where game-birds and water-grass roots are found) or a flood plain bare area before the mangroves dry hard cracked ground, clay pan.
Here in the print you can see the cracked ground of the Ṉinydjiya. Above it is the bonba (butterfly) and the wayin (bird) and the insects flying around. They can smelll the nectar of the flowers.
When you go to Ṉinydjiya to collect mambal (mud mussel) you can smell these smells too, these are the smells of nature.
Printed December 2015