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Discussion in 'Australia' started by taranaki, Jul 8, 2018.
A lenticular cloud over Ellen Peak in the Stirling Ranges from last year.
Exploring a local trib atm,mangroves are stunning!
You can see how horny this bloke is!
King Ecca on his way to meet the Queen today. He was so big my wife thought he was a wombat - more than twice as big as any other echidna I've ever seen.
Now you see him
Now you don't
All happening in the back yard…
In another inmate's front yard today.
(Let's see if he recognises 'em)
Rivers still up at Narrandera, not down a lot really, third pic is the road to the aquatic center, I retraced my path.
Forgot the dad joke to go with the echidna pics. How do echidnas mate? Very carefully.
The rock stackers are getting ambitious. Could this be the start of an arch?
Another day of LGA lockdown sees most spots packed. With a bit of a trek, solitude is the reward on this 30 degree day.
On the contrary! They’re actually pretty ‘loose’…
Randy little buggers, I'm starting to think less fondly of 'em now...
I wouldn't want to be giving berth to live thorns either. I'd also opt for the egg version for offspring in this case.
The river was back up, just starting to cross the deck of the low level bridge at Wantabadgery, on the weekend. I wasn't there, just saw a snap elsewhere.
Just checked, we have 6.7m instead of the usual 4.
As Dave was photographing my front yard I was cruising the Horsepower Highway that runs through Gnowangerup to the Stirling Ranges in W.A.
Water tank for abandoned railway from Gnowangerup to Ongerup.
Pallinup River across the road again, been a wet year.
Wife's dog Lilly on "Lucinda"
I know. It is spring somewhere in the country. Hobart has to wait a little longer. Even the Lady Nelson is waiting for a nicer day.
Correction. It is the Windward Bound and not the Lady Nelson.
Coomera River at Guanaba, Gold Coast.
Ghan waiting for a weed creature to cross
Lower Sandy Bay with Kunanyi/ Mt Wellington in the distance.
Another Mount Wellington