The Ancient Flight Path of birds overhead provided the inspiration for this piece to take on its own personality. The artist Linda can look out her window any morning or afternoon and be guaranteed to see this most glorious sight. Hundreds of Cormorants flying either out to sea or back to the inland lakes near Drysdale. Sometimes they fly in formation, other times scattered and random. They often fly so low that the wind on their wings can be heard as they peer down and fly at great speed by the passer-by. A new housing development definitely changed their flight path and their direction instincts were thrown out. But as they passed by a familiar landmark, the creek, the landscape must have looked very different with hundreds of houses along the edge, compared to the previous open green fields. But they have adapted well, finding their familiar locations and living instinctively off the waterways.
90 CM x 90 CM
Currently on show at Provenance Winery.
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