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2021 National Photographic Portrait Prize Finalist.

Grawin mine dump is where Bill spends his days fossicking for opals.

He told me it was the doctors who handed him a map of the opal fields around Lightning Ridge. “Doctors orders to get out of town, forget about she stress of life for a while.”

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