Registered: Sat Apr 13 2002
Loc: South of England
Nice one RB! Whilst on the insect trail, here's another. I don't know what it is but it's considerably smaller than a small housefly. If I'd have got any closer, there'd have been a photo of a squashed fly on the lens. Even so, the photo has been cropped so as not to have a large area of surface around it.
Edited by tellywellies (Tue May 05 200910:54 AM)
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Registered: Tue May 15 2001
A chook feather. Last night when I went down to put them away there was a fox with one of my chooks in his mouth. Lots of shouting, rock throwing and running and I managed to get it to run away without the chook. It is missing a few feathers though
Registered: Mon Apr 22 2002
Loc: Western Australia
Quote: A chook feather
For those who haven't figured it out, "chook" is Australian vernacular for chicken. When I was in America last year, I was staying with a friend in Sebastopol, California. When I referred to her chickens as chooks, I thought she was going to give herself a hernia laughing - she thought it was so funny and begged me to teach her more "Australian".
Don't say "I can't" ... say " I haven't learned how, yet." (Reg Bolton)