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Fun n Sun from Down Under
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Teakay Fortoowan and Helen

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This morning the third Galah has spread it's wings and gone elsewhere.
I've named this pair Teakay Fortoowan and Helen, Im not sure which is
which yet - I guess I'll have to wait until they have chicks and then
see who stays at home all day and whose forced to go out to work :-)


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A couple of industry shots I took on the way home from work tonight...
I don't know why but the pylons just remind me of giant robots? Maybe that's
just me being a bit weird / wired again.. I think I need the weekend to come
sooner :-)

Margaret River

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This is the Karri Forest we visited in Margaret River, The pathway leads
through the huge Marri and Karri trees and then suddenly opens up to a
clearing where we found this billabong. All along the banks were the eeriely
silent statue like petrified trees - The photo honestly does not do this
justice. It was an amazing and spooky place even in the bright afternoon
sunlight. I wish I had returned at night, I'm sure I would have got some
really scary shots... Unfortunately I was too chicken to trek throught the
woods alone at night... To Blair Witch for me :-)

Strewth - Ya Flamin' Galah!

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One of a pair nesting outside the window here.
Spring is in the air! Roll on Summer! :-)

Rowing on the Swan

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A snap taken out on the Swan River with the School Rowing team.
Geez it was cold that morning :-)

Quack Quack!!

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I've been in Perth for almost 4 years now and have only just seen one of
the famous black swans of the swan on the swan river!!

Wet Night in Warnbro

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It's been a wet and windy day in Warnbro. Roll on summer.
I just pulled up and took this shot from the dashboard.
15" @ f8 Canon S2IS. I love light trail shots :o)
27th Jul 2006, 12:38   comments (1)

Mt Lyell Park Mosman Park WA

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I travel past this sculpture everyday on the way home from work, and have
always wondered what it represented, so today I decided to stop off and take
some pics and see what it was all about... Unfortunately theres no plaque or
any information about the work of art... I tried a google and still can'f
find anything... Is there any one who knows what it symbolises???