#064 Arkaroola Creek Waterhole II (Bararranna)


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We talk about the timeless grandeur of the Arkaroola Landscape.  The reflections in the waterholes make places like Arkaroola like nowhere else.

Arkaroola is synonymous with ancient geological ages. It is the most rugged expression of the Australian Landscape. At once powerful and untamed with a natural beauty. 

According to legend, Arkaroo, the great Dreamtime serpent lived in the Gammon Ranges. He felt very thirsty, so he slithered down to the plains and drank Lake Frome dry. When he had finished, he went back to the Gammons, his body gouging out Arkaroola Creek. The waterholes represent the places that he stopped and rested.

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Bararranna Gorge, South Australia


Roscoe Shelton

30.5 cm H x 40.6 cm W

Oil on canvas panel

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