Life in the drains
A day off work — a good time to explore the drains of town. With (small) dog and (smaller) camera, of course.
I say drains, because unfortunately it’s about the closest thing you get to a creek or some kind of natural waterway in this part of town. Still, drains and water always have life of some kind, even if a tad feral.
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A walk is always an exciting thing for a dog, in this case our midget mutt Pluto. The world is just full of stuff to explore. Like when we were kids. (Photos R. Ashdown)
Why walk when you can fly?
Are we going in here, boss?
OK, let’s move into the light …
… where we meet one of the underworld locals — a Cane Toad (Bufo marinus), seeking peace in the dark during the daylight hours.
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