Photographer's Note

This shot was taken at sunrise on a foggy morning at Bundoora approx. 18km north of Melbourne CBD.

Bundoora is a suburb of Melbourne. The word Bundoora is Aboriginal for "the favourite haunt of the kangaroo".

Where is the bush?.

The bush is a term used for rural, undeveloped land or country areas in many places such as Australia, The term "to go bush" has several similar meanings all connected with the supposed wildness of the bush. It can mean to revert to a feral nature (or to "go native"), and it can also mean to deliberately leave normal surroundings and live rough, with connotations of cutting off communication with the outside world. The term bushwhacker is used in Australia to mean someone who spends his or her time in the bush or an older version of bushwacker is to hide in such areas and then attack unsuspecting passers-by: They would then say "We were bushwacked “
I think these creatures are being bushwacked by modern society who are moving in and driving them out.

On the WS version I have left the new light poles & surveyors markings.

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