On the northern end of Bondi Beach - the Ben Buckler peninsula - there is a tidal rock pool which was constructed in the late '60s. In 1987 this tiled mural was created by a bunch of local artisans. There are many aboriginal carvings in the sandstone rocks higher up on the bluff of the peninsula, and the artisans have reflected the essential elements of the beach into a white man's Dreaming.
The style employed by the artisan's is reminiscent of the artwork coming out of Central Australia created by Aboriginal Australians. Elements of the human and physical world enter the vortex of the sacred world and are emblazoned upon the heavens.
Once again, these images were taken in the early hours of the morning. I endeavoured to get reflections of the beach in many of the glass tiles that you can see implanted within the story. However, if the reflection was in focus the artwork was not - and vice-versa. I bet you just love the thoughtful way that the council workers have positioned the bench seat and the garbage bin.