Stonetool Sandblow is another one of Fraser Island’s (a.k.a. K’gari) iconic locations with its name being derived from ancient indigenous stone shaping tools that were once found here. Visible from the Lake Wabby lookout, Stonetool Sandblow is not frequented by tourists. This arid landscape is what greets you after a short, bushy hike followed by an unsteady incline up its sandy border. When you emerge from the bush, it feels like you have stepped into another time zone on another planet.

This particular remnants of the ancient forest that once stood here has been aptly nicknamed “the dancer” due to its ballerina-esque pose, seemingly frozen in time & this shot is a landscape alternative to my other portrait image, “Man & The Dancer”.


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Canvas, Colour 1, Colour 2, Colour 3