Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney.  Fish, also scratched. Idiots!!!  Also a stingray (probably) and a series of footprints called mundoes (it rhymes with joeys).  The mundoes are supposed to indicate where to go next on a ceremonial/cultural trail.

Fish, also scratched. Also a stingray (probably) and a series of footprints called mundoes (it rhymes with joeys). The mundoes are supposed to indicate where to go next on a ceremonial/cultural trail.

The famous dunny at Kawakawa (not Keri Keri as I originally said) in New Zealand, designed by Hunderwasser.

Hundertwasser Public Toilets in New Zealand have walls tiled with colored bottles which look like stained windows.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. This shows you what a good site looks like.  This one is within a country kilometre of Oxford Falls: given the stupid vandalism that happens on these sites, most of us are a little careful about broadcasting the whereabouts of the sites,  We share with like-minded, trustworthy people.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. This shows you what a good site looks like. This one is within a country kilometre of Oxford Falls: given the stupid vandalism that happens on these sites, most of us are a little careful about broadcasting the whereabouts of the sites, We share with like-minded, trustworthy people.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. Fish (same one as seen elsewhere on this board, different angle).

Fish (same one as seen elsewhere on this board, different angle).

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. Fish.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. Fish.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. These are done on flat sandstone ridges around Sydney, and they have hardly been touched since 1800. Notice the foot, placed for scale, and the cycle tracks going right over the slab.  Idiots!!!

These are done on flat sandstone ridges around Sydney, and they have hardly been touched since Notice the foot, placed for scale, and the cycle tracks going right over the slab.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney, Australia.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney, Australia.

Cave painting, Mutitjulu waterhole, Uluru.

Cave painting, Mutitjulu waterhole, Uluru.

Cave painting, Mutitjulu waterhole, Uluru.

Cave painting, Mutitjulu waterhole, Uluru.

Uluru. Cave painting.

Uluru. Cave painting.

Uluru, painted cave.

Uluru, painted cave.

Uluru, painted cave.

Uluru, painted cave.

Uluru. Cave painting.

Uluru. Cave painting.

Melbourne (or was it Adelaide?) The face of Roy ('Mo') Rene, from a statue in the street.

Melbourne (or was it Adelaide?) The face of Roy ('Mo') Rene, from a statue in the street.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. Shark.  The indicator is the tail: sharks have a heterocercal tail, with uneven lobes, while bony fish have homocercal tails.  Look it up, because there's a fascinating tale (no pun intended) in how the shark uses its tail for stern lift.  This one has been damaged by idiots scratching out the grooves. See elsewhere in this board for the water-bottle method of getting contrast.

Aboriginal rock engravings site, Sydney. Shark. The indicator is the tail: sharks have a heterocercal tail, with uneven lobes, while bony fish have homocercal tails. Look it up, because there's a fascinating tale (no pun intended) in how the shark uses its tail for stern lift. This one has been damaged by idiots scratching out the grooves. See elsewhere in this board for the water-bottle method of getting contrast.

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