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Crimson in the Fire. Australia is drying up and heating up. Our dry summer on Kangaroo Island has resulted in unprecedented bushfires starting with Flinders Chase National Park. One of the most pristine areas and was rich with abundant wildlife. Many animals could not out chase the ferocious blazes and have perished, some have been taken to the wildlife hospital on the island.

While we wait on the eastern side of the island, with occasional evacuations, I draw. Drawing is safe and I can take it with me, drawing lets my mind relax away from the apps showing us how close the new fires are as they make their way east.

This was a photo taken just after the Flinders Chase. A Crimson Rosella survived the fires but seemed stunned by what had happened to its environment. With habitat gone, possibly a partner and chicks, we wonder how our wildlife will fare in the future.

This drawing is on Clairfontaine pastel mat board with polychrome coloured pencils.

Crimson in the Fire

Kathryn Lewis

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Crimson in the Fire. Australia is drying up and heating up. Our dry summer on Kangaroo Island has resulted in unprecedented bushfires starting with Flinders Chase National Park. One of the most pristine areas and was rich with abundant wildlife. Many animals could not out chase the ferocious blazes and have perished, some have been taken to the wildlife hospital on the island.

While we wait on the eastern side of the island, with occasional evacuations, I draw. Drawing is safe and I can take it with me, drawing lets my mind relax away from the apps showing us how close the new fires are as they make their way east.

This was a photo taken just after the Flinders Chase. A Crimson Rosella survived the fires but seemed stunned by what had happened to its environment. With habitat gone, possibly a partner and chicks, we wonder how our wildlife will fare in the future.

This drawing is on Clairfontaine pastel mat board with polychrome coloured pencils.