Nyurruwiyi kalalu manu Ngapa
In the old days they used to get water
Ross, Tess Napaljarri
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29 20. In the old days they used to get water from springs. At a spring there is water lying which a water serpent has sent from the hills or from sand dunes causing it to fl ow out. 22. In the old days they used to get water around lakes. Th e water which stands in salt lakes aft er a big rain, is sometimes bitter. Th ere are soakages around the edge which have good water. 24. In the old days they used to get water when it rained. When clouds gather there may be rain. 26. In the old days they used to get water in the rainy season. During the rainy season a lot of rain falls. It brings cold weather and lots of bush food. Note: Th e names above the photos are the names of the places where the photos were taken. Photos marked C.L.C. were taken by the Warlpiri Rangers.
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