Photography is my obsession and when traveling the world often images just present themselves. Most are random impressions with little context but some seem to suggest at a self contained story. Still others leave me wanting to find out more about what I stumbled upon. Here’s a glimpse of just why we travel…
An Aborigine offers music instruction to a tourist near the Sydney Opera House. I know, but this is legit. These are actually Aboriginal clapsticks, bilma, clappers, or music sticks, and they are a traditional Australian Aboriginal instrument usually used in conjunction with the didgeridoo. They’re also used to maintain rhythm in chants, often as part of an Aboriginal ceremony and often are ornately carved or colorfully decorated.
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