The Deni Ute Muster, started when a group of utility owners would gather and show off their pride and joy and compete in burnouts, drag races and generally chill out. Struggling with drought for ten years, Australian country towns have invented some unique festivals to come together, support each other, forget about the hardships ofContinue reading “Deni Ute Muster”
Polished brass fence, very regal. A study in monochrome portrays the excellent detail.
The bull rider must stay on the bull for eight seconds. That doesn’t sound very long you might think, but when you have a couple of tonnes of angry beast trying to toss you off his back, eight seconds can be a lifetime.
A creek without water. Wetlands without water. Barcaldine is in the middle of an extended drought. The wetlands have been formed by building a small dam over Lagoon Creek.
hidden in reeds a black swan sitting on her nest. This would have to be the highlight of the day.
the mine shaft is 3ft x 3ft wide and the rock is bucketed up and then send it to be washed and sorted hoping to find the precious opal.
The little stream was running down a channel in the rock wall and formed a little pool at the base of the ampitheatre.