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Boot tapping

December 17th, 2011

As if you needed a reminder to tap your boots out before putting them on in the desert…




December 7th, 2011

Ken usually finds flora and fauna a bit elusive. But not this time. Cacti. Mind you, it can hardly run away



More feathered friends

June 4th, 2011

More feathered friends from Ken Roberts on Vimeo.

Parrot or pigeon? Actually parrots – Galahs (Latin name Cacatua roseicapilla, always handy to know if you’re ever in Ancient Rome). By all accounts, not very bright. Terrible road sense. Frequently getting run over. Hence the Aussie slang term – Galah – for someone who’s intellectually challenged. And I thought it was a type of apple…

Incidentally, if you’re impressed by my knowledge of these feathered friends, don’t be. I’ve a very informed source. Someone who knows about these things. He’d suggested the slang usage a bit harsh. Or as he put it, like saying someone was a bit Irish. But obviously not in front of Gerry Adams.

[With especial thanks to "Michael" for the advice and dry wit. Currently on the run from some nice chaps from Northern Island..]



Feathered friend

May 8th, 2011

Feathered friend from Ken Roberts on Vimeo.

Feathered friend. Keen to share my sandwich. Absolutely no idea what it is. Either my lunch or the local fauna. Bird obviously. That much even I’d grasped.



Venturing into the rainforest

February 11th, 2011


Venturing into the rainforest from Ken Roberts on Vimeo.

Venturing into the rainforest. Cairns, northern Queensland.

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