This iron was part of a fence to stop rabbits (I think) around a Lake Clifton property. Different sheets had different vestiges of blue paint leading me to think long linear lakes and transverse dunes.
These are from an illustration of sexual selection in a popular science encyclopaedia
Something to do on a long flight… not the drink but scribbling through in-flight magazines
A photograph by Archibald James Campbell Bower of the great bowerbird photographed between 1870 and 1929. Sepia toned, 16.4 x 19.5 cm image; 20 x 24.7 cm mounted. Part of A.J. Campbell collection, 1832-1921 http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an24826696