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12-08-2019, 09:22 PM - 1 Like   #1771
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tidal water running out from Merri River, Warrnambool, Victoria

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Crikey, a croc exhaling water through its nostrils.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
Crikey, a croc exhaling water through its nostrils.
I don't know which is more impressive, that you were able to capture Crikey blowing water out of its nostrils or that it is possible to train crocodiles to blow water out of their nostrils.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RGlasel Quote
I don't know which is more impressive, that you were able to capture Crikey blowing water out of its nostrils or that it is possible to train crocodiles to blow water out of their nostrils.

He has his own built-in Nettie Pot.

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The water's moving, just very slowly. (I was standing in it, so I speak from direct experience.)



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New Zealand waterfalls on a very misty-drizzly-rainy day.
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a gentle trickle at Port Arthur, Tasmania

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Water on the move in New Zealand.
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Water on the move in New Zealand.

A very lovely photograph sir. Nothing about it that I am not in love with. Thanks for the treat.

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