by Narelle Carter-Quinlan
During October 2013 I travelled to Kakadu. The end of the dry, yet what I found was water. And rock. Echoing my own terrain, bone and fluid. The land etched itself into me, searing my tissues. A visual and visceral encounter. Of Country.
Lush vibrant images to take into your heart.
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What Others are saying
I just wanted to dive into Narelle's stunning photographs of Kakadu with all my being. This land, my body; this body, my land. Her e-book is an inspiration for those who yearn for closer connection to country, not to understand her intellectually, but to know and experience our deep emotional and spiritual connection with landscape. I encourage you to jump in to the images, absorb the words, rest a while and be rejuvenated by natures healing Presence.
Tamsin Scott, Landscape Architect
The images in Narelle's photo e-book, Kakadu, brought me right into the landscape and into the deep connection and appreciation that Narelle has for the world around her. They make me want to be there with her, think about my own connection to the world around me and want to slow down and experience it to the fullest. Narelle's connection to the land/water is palpable.
Charles Chessler, Photographer, NYC, New York. www.charleschesslerphotography.com
As I am taking in your breathtaking photographs, I am experiencing a curious sense of oneness with a land I have never visited. From one enchanting page to the next, I continue to wonder why this feels so much like home, looking so very different from all the places I have called home before. And then your beautiful prose answered the question for me: A living resonance. Thank you for this treasure.
Lisa Fisher, USA. Guiding people from conflict to common ground. www.blackbeltmediation.com
The beauty of The Land captivated me. Your journey as a visual prayer and poetic benediction to The Land was a breathtaking exploration of timelines - the memory of the land and the memory of the body are intertwined.
Renu , New York City, NY
Your words and images make me breathe slowly, more deeply, more calmly. I love your book. The images and words jump off the screen and feel like so much more than photography and text. To experience this book with time and care is a communion.
Melissa Fu, USA. Writer, science educator and consultant. onetreebohemia.wordpress.com