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As a child I loved being out there in the bush; it was the beginning of my long relationship with the land, and even then I noticed how it made me feel. The things I still hold close from those days are the feelings, memories and experiences the land can evoke.

my life in Northern and Central West Queensland. My father worked for the Department of Civil Aviation and in those early years we lived and worked close to the small country airports. As aerodromes are built on the outskirts of town, as kids we had full access to the bush. I loved being out there;

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