AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Historical

 

ben Gunn

 

Fieldwork skill unit 7: bush butchery 


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Just For Fun

 

Iain Johnston

 

Phil in the sh**


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological fieldwork

 

Elspeth Mackenzie

 

Setting up the excavation equipment in the dawn light


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological fieldwork

 

Ken Mulvaney

 

Time to go


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological fieldwork

 

Alistair Paterson

 

Excavation of SK-18, Batavia’s Graveyard


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological site/landscape

 

Ben Shaw

 

Another day at the office


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Historical

 

Paul Taçon

 

Alan Thorne balances Myanmar fieldwork with diplomacy

 


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological site/landscape

 

Leigh Douglas

 

Not just rocks in the Burrup


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological Artefact

 

Karen Fallico

 

Beauty of the Marble Goddess


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Archaeological fieldwork

 

ben Gunn

 

Refuelling


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Manipulated or artistic

 

Iain Johnston

 

The Wonders of  recording Rock Art


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

 

Manipulated or artistic

 

Paul Taçon

 

Through the Looking Glass


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Archaeological Artefact

 

Fleur King

 

Helical Spirals


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Just for Fun

 

Craig Baxter

 

Camel Country


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Archaeological site/landscape

 

Delyth Cox

 

Sunset at Boncuklu


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Archaeological site/landscape

 

Iain Davidson

 

Boulia, Native Police Mounted Barracks


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Archaeological artefact

 

Karen Fallico

 

Nuragic Bronze Warrior from another World


AAA 2016 Photo Competition

Archaeological site/landscape

 

Leigh Douglas

 

Burrup Landscape, post-fire

 


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