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Tags: alive, animals, brisbane, falsh, marsupial, night, nocturnal, photography, possum, qut, wildlife
Categories : Art Attack, Bris-vegas, Kangaroo Down
Finally, I have been able to photograph something living in the Brisbane area that wasn’t a water dragon. I was getting worried they might have eaten everything else.
Actually, I have seen other living things, I just have not had my camera with me when I have seen them.
The rusty critter above was spotted at the QUT Kelvin Grove campus as I came home from the bus stop after ice skating. Possums are pretty common to be spotted on campus at night, and I have seen at least one during the day time.
Later on, closer to my unit, spotted one hanging upside down on a wire outside someone’s house. Thankfully they didn’t notice me taking flash photography outside their window, which may have been a little difficult to explain easily.
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Tags: alien, blogging, crop circle, drugs, farewell, high, marsupial, stoner, tasmania, ufo, wallaby, wasted
Categories : Awexome Cross, Down in the Garden, From the Newsdesk, Girt By Sea, Kangaroo Down, Pharma is Your Phriend, Shameless Cross-promotion, Sick Sad World
You’ve probably all heard it by now. Tasmanian wallabies are getting wasted in poppy fields and creating crop circles.
I was gonna blog this way back in last week. But then I had a farewell from work, a farewell from friends, social lounge, someone else’s farewell, clean, pack, uniquest, and then today I had to scramble to unpack and scan identifying documents in the vain hope of proving that I can afford to pay for potential accomodation (I can… I hope).
But man… those wallabies… that is awesome.
I wonder if that means there may be a grant out there on doing some studies on marsupials and drugs/addiction?
Image credit: mrmanc on flickr (CC by attribution & share-alike)