Lyrebird

When the world gives you dumb bunnies..

This starting new posts has always shat me: it’s just pft until I’ve actually started inhabiting the post with things and it’s started taking on a tone, so I’ll just stuff this dumb bunny into the featured image slot until I’ve got a proper one. A proper featured image, not a proper bunny. Sunday, 1st […]

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Outing #44: I’ve got to leave town NOW..

It’s 6:30am and I’m sick of every fuckhead in town staring at me. I’ve gotta go before they all get up so I don’t have to put-up with another day faking it surrounded by the general public: pretending I’m having just as good a time as they are – it’s bullshit.

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #19 – Day 6 & 7

(Wednesday 28-January-2015) Day 6 It irks me a little that I’ve a gap between Day 2 and this post, but what can you do? I have some photos from these days but owing to the bad weather they were pretty uneventful as concerns animals Anyway. IT NEVER RAINS, ONLY POURS. The rain has not stopped […]

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The Rainforest Journals: Outing #17 – Days 8 & 9

Featured Image Sunday 4th January 2015 @5:58pm Another two days of stinking heat and it’s finally starting to rain. The forecast was for afternoon showers and although a storm began building at midday, all it did all afternoon was stop the wind from cooling the place down and add to the humidity. Fucked even more-so […]

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The Rainforest Journals: Outing 15 – Day 7

Storms, Currawong and a young Lyrebird practices his singing.

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The Rainforest Journals: Outing 15 – Day 6

The beetles invade, skeletal joggers, rats in the roof and a scared grasshopper.

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The Rainforest Journals: Outing 15 – Day 5

Thursday, 4th December 2014 8:21 PM Today was pretty quiet, with no strange, grunting noises that woke me up and no Lyrebird conga-line traipsing past my tent. They were here – just a few dozen meters from the camp – but the grass and undergrowth around here is thick enough to swallow most animals that’re […]

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #15 – Day 4

(Wednesday 3-December-2014) @~10:00am I woke-up this morning to a loud, guttural pig-like oinking noise just a few meters from the tent. Half asleep and with contact lenses still clouded-over, I sit up and look out the door towards where this sound is coming from – a sound I’ve never heard out here before. I’m pretty […]

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Rainforest Life: Outing #10 – Day 2

(Left-to-right: Adult male Lyrebird, Fence Skink, Common Brush-tailed Possum, Pied Currawong) Uploaded (Sunday 21-September-2014) @12:14pm Unbelievable how well you sleep out here. It’s like some kind of natural sedative: the Sun sets, you eat, lay down and before you know it your eyes start getting heavier each hour that passes. Next thing, you start dropping […]

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