Dolphin, Dugong, Pelican

James N found this rough plea to…something near Bayswater station. Tearing off a page of the West with different animals, sticking it on some retro computer paper and writing on it with crayon doesn’t sound like they are that serious about our finned locals. Riding to work in the last weeks I have seen Swan River dolphins cavorting in the shallows numerous times, with every appearance of vibrancy. But this did give me the opportunity to throw together a couple of “off campus” worsts. A wonderful dugong sculpture on Hamilton Island from Greg O. And a lovely Pelican and cheery death warning sign from Mark and Anne L from Pelican Rapids Minnesota.

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22 Responses to Dolphin, Dugong, Pelican

  1. skink says:

    that’s one depressed-looking dugong

    ‘Life, don’t talk to me about life.’


  2. shazza says:

    Dugong statue and Cocos. Oh the humanity.


  3. Bento says:

    Honestly honey, I was just taking shelter from a tornado.


  4. vegan says:

    i rather like that pelican.


  5. Paracleet says:

    I like the Pelican. It seems concious of the indignity of its situation.


  6. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Take shelter at bath house – what if you are not a NSW cabinet minister?

    Why are all those frogs doing backstroke?


  7. Bill O'Slatter says:

    The Swan River Trust has to mend the hole in the arse of its trousers before it can afford A4, and you can’t go any cheaper than cut’n’pastin from the Journal of Cut’n’Pastin ( the west). The wonders of dead life.


  8. Mez says:

    the sign appears to be only for gentlemen…
    I really hope the ladies are directed to “shelter” in the sauna


  9. The Legend 101 says:

    Where in perth is this there nice statues and i really want to see them. Whats with the Gentlemen label on the sign and Everyone has a right to read a sign so its just wrong.


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