5 Seasons: Barra - rains coming

5 Seasons: Barra - rains coming
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Rain falls heavily, the streets of the community are quiet, and Moses sits drinking tea on the porch of a house in the community of Numbulwar, Wandu, where he is from, has been flooded in. The country is coming alive with the arrival of the rain; birds walking on lily fronds stoop for prey in the forming lakes. Moses teaches children about blackberry or yardagaga, which goes from green, then red and then to black or Dudumah, and that’s when ‘… we know it’s cooked.’ Moses holds a flower that is called woodugu which tells the custodians 'that stingrays, sharks and everything have got fat’. Summary by Romaine Moreton.