BEST PHOTOS, 5th SET - SOUTHWEST AUSTRALIA 2003
Why did the Southern Death Adder cross the road?
To scare Sharon to, dare I say it, DEATH!
(Note: Though our book uses this name, other sources call it the Common Death Adder. Acanthophis antarcticus).
One of the cliff ocean-observation stops on the Nullarbor, South Australia.
Five wheeling around Australia
Couple rode this "tandem trike" from Sydney to the Nullarbor the long way
the same basic track that we have taken.
The Big Galah. In front of the "Halfway Across Australia" Tourist
Kimba, South Australia.
No carrots, no apples. How about some bread?
Road to Port Prime, north of Adelaide, South Australia
Sharon in a field of, uh, we don't know what these beautiful flowers are but
they are everywhere.
Sandy Creek Conservation Area, north of Adelaide, South Australia.
(Note: Frank O'Connor, our bird guide in Western Australia, says these look like an introduced WEED called Patterson's Curse.)
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