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MUTITJULU COMMUNITY, NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA: Tommy David, one of the traditional owners (T.O.) of Uluru, takes a sip of tea while working on wood (Punu) carvings in Mutitjulu Community next to Uluru. Tommy's artwork is distributed by an Aboriginal owned cooperative called Maruku Arts.

Tommy is part of the last generation of Aboriginals who were born in the bush and spent much of his childhood livid naked and nomadic in the Central Desert of Australia. Tommy hunted kangaroo with boomerangs and spears. _________________________________

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2009 Amy Toensing
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Aboriginal Australia Archive
MUTITJULU COMMUNITY, NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA: Tommy David, one of the traditional owners (T.O.) of Uluru, takes a sip of tea while working on wood (Punu) carvings in Mutitjulu Community next to Uluru. Tommy's artwork is distributed by an Aboriginal owned cooperative called Maruku Arts.<br />
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Tommy is part of the last generation of Aboriginals who were born in the bush and spent much of his childhood livid naked and nomadic in the Central Desert of Australia. Tommy hunted kangaroo with boomerangs and spears. _________________________________<br />
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For stock or print inquires, please email us at studio@moyer-toensing.com.