Monday, 19 March 2018

Still Crazy!

I once read a description of Australia as being "Mother Natures greatest experiment in alternative realities".  I am in no position to argue with such wisdom!

I offer this sign as evidence that there may be alternatives yet to be explored!


I'm still extremely busy - but hope to find some space to visit blogs soon!

More pictures from around the world at Our World Tuesday.  SM

16 comments:

David Gascoigne said...

There’s is no question that unique Australian wildlife is one of the greatest of all reasons to visit Australia. I was stunned when someone told me that they visited friends stationed in Sydney for a couple of years and spent most of their time on the beach. What a waste!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Life (the real one) comes first.

Marie Smith said...

I’ve never seen signs like those before!

Marcia said...

Hasn't that sign been doctored a bit? Do you really have kangaroos that look like dragons? And what is that winged critter?

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Some folk just should not be allowed near black texters!!! &*> What fun though. YAM xx

Kaya said...

I would love to be in the alternative reality which offers an abundance of wild life and where you can see even kangaroos.
The sing "Injured wildlife" scared me.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Those are some mighty interesting wildlife!

Lady Fi said...

LOL! Had no idea you had so many dragons in Australia!

Joyful said...

Ha, ha, interesting signage. Let me know when you see the dragon. Better yet, take a photo and post :-)

Rhodesia said...

There are a few interesting signs in South Africa but that surely is unique. I have a new bird blog if you are interested, link on my photodiary. Cheers Diane

s.c said...

A jumping dino. Its a first for me. Nice.

Missy George said...

Dragons or Dino's..Why haven't we seen pictures from you?? LOL

Fun60 said...

Another visit to Aus is definitely needed as I didn't see any of those creatures!

Kay L. Davies said...

It's been 35 years since I visited Australia. I don't remember seeing the roadsides littered with dead wildlife in Queensland at that time, but I've no doubt that faster cars and less-caring drivers have resulted in these astonishing numbers.
Kay
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Beth said...

Good for a chuckle!

Angie said...

Fascinating ... can you offer any commentary on what the numbers represent next to "injured wildlife"? If that is a real number, I would be shocked ...