A Wallaby Track

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Ian Stehbens on January 6, 2008

If you are looking for a way through the bush, follow a track created by kangaroos and wallabies. One way will lead to water, the other into a more open feeding area. "Wallaby Tracks" are part of our rural folklore in Australia, so I decided to photograph something that may seem pretty ordinary to share with my Panoramio friends, for it is quintessential 'rural Australia'.

Lecleire Jacques on January 6, 2008

Hey Ivan, thank you for the explenation. In Belgium we dont have kangaroos and Wallabies, only in the zoo...

Greetings, jacques

Ian Stehbens on January 6, 2008

And if I remember well, there are plenty of "cow tracks" in Belgium, especially after the winter. We didn't have cows until they brought them from Europe. As a child I followed cow tracks around our farm, as if they were highways built just for my imaginary trucks. It was only when I was able to explore the Australian bush that I began to appreciate wallaby tracks as a means of navigating safely. Regards, Ian

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  • Uploaded on January 5, 2008
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    by Ian Stehbens