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Issue 34, The Pilbara
Iron skies, blue seas, red dust…the Pilbara is the natural end to wanderings, the place of definitions. Stark contrasts and paradoxes bleed into each other like spinifex and pindan.
The splendour of Karijini against the loping machinery of the mines; the unending history of the Burrup Peninsula, encapsulated by gravel-belching refineries; the Dampier Archipelago, from pirate enclave to pirate enclave and the desert hues of Millstream-Chichester.
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