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can you buy Lyrica from canada i had never heard of ‘songlines’ or ‘dreaming tracks’ before.
curious by nature, my fingers ran (not walked) to google them.
the results are fascinating.
Instead of making maps, the Indigenous peoples of Australia navigated vast distances by singing songlines (also called dreaming tracks) “in the appropriate sequence, often traveling through the vast deserts of Australia’s interior.”
“Since a songline can span the lands of several different language groups,…(describing the location of landmarks, waterholes, and other natural phenomena) different parts of the song are said to be in those different languages. Languages are not a barrier because the melodic contour of the song describes the nature of the land over which the song passes. The rhythm is what is crucial to understanding the song.”
i went back to look at ambah’s designs again.
now i see the red sands of the simpson desert, and the grey of worn ancient stones.
look how she’s mixed the colorways to create such depth and texture
like the ‘contours of the land’.
i admit to an overactive imagination, and yet
i can almost see the things that the loops and swirls of these shawls
might represent on a long trek across the desert.
i can almost here the rhythm of the people’s
footfalls as the older ones
teach the younger the dreaming tracks by which they will one day understand
their native land and describe it to their own children…
my favorite here is ‘yindela‘,
once i decide on the colors that will mean the most to me,
i’m looking forward to the rhythm
of the knitting.
as i remember the songs of my own childhood,
each stitch will become part of my personal ‘songline’.
how very, very cool is that?
maybe now you want to win a copy of
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leave a comment below saying which of the five you’d most like to knit.
if you want to, tell us why you chose that one, too
(be sure to leave your rav name
or some other way for me to reach you if you win).
leave your comment by midnight this sunday, october 11th.
then, on monday the 12th, i’ll pick a winner
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can’t wait to read
what you’d choose (and why).