"I was born in Mount Gambier, famous for it’s Blue Lake. During the winter
months the clear blue water turns grey. The lake was formed in a volcanic
crater with a limestone base. The towering cater edges protect the surface of
the lake from wind, allowing the surface to reflect the beautiful sky above."
Oil on canvas.
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