For my last entry to Becky’s square challenge this month (it’s 30th here), a photo of sunset and the blue afterglow at Brighton Beach on the same night.
Stretching Becky’s squares challenge, I know, but at the end of Brighton beach, South Australia, there’s a structure, created by John Dowie, that represents Tjilbruke, a Kaurna man, carrying his nephew.
The Kaurna lands are extensive and their history in this region goes back more than 2000 years. The story of Tjilbruke (and various other spellings) is about law and tradition and he appears in Kaurna Dreaming stories that are 11 000 years old.
Red sky at night… for Becky’s squares.