We were driving home late Wednesday afternoon and this Red Deer and her baby were right next to the fence. By the time I tumbled out of the car and went for a shot they’d run further into the paddock. Although it was a well focused image I felt it to be too grainy, so here we have a watercolour. Oh yes, she let out a huge bark after I took the shot, warning me to stay away. Yes Virginia, some deer do bark.
This street art is in an alley off Margaret Street in Toowoomba. It’s on the wall next to a camping and army surplus store. You’ll notice I said art and not graffiti, this has obviously been commissioned by the store owner.
Andrew McSweeney owner of ScuzzTrans container transport kindly allowed me to photograph his Ned Kelly truck. All the truck details are in the link. This photo needs to be opened in a new tab to be truly appreciated. The drawing on the end of the siege at Glenrowan Inn is inside the cabin of his rig.
This brings us to Sean Ferguson. Lorelle and I were having a cuppa at Christopher’s, outside Toowoomba when I saw him behind the bar. Camera in hand I said to him, ‘Mate, you have an interesting face, mind if I take your picture?’ I took a couple and this is the one he wanted posted. The interesting thing is he bears a resemblance to the famous Bushranger, Ned Kelly.
There we have it for another week. I hope you enjoyed the offerings.