Once again this was one of those lucky shots. After camping for 6 weeks and extensively photographing and sketching the lakes area of Tasmania. I had just set up to photograph a waterfall when a quoll happened along. He was hunting around rocks on the edge of a ravine where some large gums were growing from the bottom of the ravine. No artistic licence has been exercised and you will note the injured tail which was unusually split, and the variation in fur colour. Quolls are a ferocious little marsupials, about the size of a rabbit, and they will eat anything they can catch.

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Comment by Patrik Glassel on June 28, 2016 at 1:11am

Great work Brian!

Comment by Brian Leverton on June 28, 2016 at 1:30am

Thanks Patrik always appreciate your great comments on my art work. Kind regards Brian


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