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Jibber Jabber

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This picture is about the animals gathering in the bush under a Jacaranda Tree a designated area for them all to meet in case of a fire and the orange and yellow back drop is fire. Things are not good, and the cockatoo’s have just flown in to tell the Kangaroo’s the distance and direction of the fire as well as the intensity of it. The emu’s managed to get the koala’s and get them to ride on their feathery backs to the tree. The Kangaroo’s and the emus are the fastest animals followed by the dingoes’ and the cockatoos can fly away. The dingoes are running in circles trying to create a fire break to protect them, but it is not wide enough and the bush so thick and their paws so small it really makes no sense at all. Big decision’s to be made cannot run away and hide. Jibber Jabber what is that you say we have to take them anyway? Ten Tiger snakes in pouches tell me that’s not the way? but it seems to be the only way to save the tiger snakes to-day. Lizards 12 crawling on the floor think the dingoes can carry them all. Let’s do a head count if you please. Ten Dingoes running round like mad and seven Koalas holding seven emus tightly as. One koala tries to climb a tree so eight Koalas now we see. Severn cockatoos screeching in a tree at twelve lizards try to flee. Ten tiger snakes slithering all around its time we loaded up and went a bound. Ten tiger snakes a bounding through the outback bush whilst ten lizards are a flying on a dingo’s tail two more lizards flying swiftly high up in the sky. There go the emus pelting past the kangaroos in one mad dash. The koalas crying in despair as they travel madly through the air. What of koala in the tree? He was not left behind you see he had fallen fast asleep and dropped out of the tree into welcoming cradling paws I see.

Printed on quality 200gsm gloss art paper. Packaged and sent in a mailing tube to protect edges.

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This picture is about the animals gathering in the bush under a Jacaranda Tree a designated area for them all to meet in case of a fire and the orange and yellow back drop is fire. Things are not good, and the cockatoo’s have just flown in to tell the Kangaroo’s the distance and direction of the fire as well as the intensity of it. The emu’s managed to get the koala’s and get them to ride on their feathery backs to the tree. The Kangaroo’s and the emus are the fastest animals followed by the dingoes’ and the cockatoos can fly away. The dingoes are running in circles trying to create a fire break to protect them, but it is not wide enough and the bush so thick and their paws so small it really makes no sense at all. Big decision’s to be made cannot run away and hide. Jibber Jabber what is that you say we have to take them anyway? Ten Tiger snakes in pouches tell me that’s not the way? but it seems to be the only way to save the tiger snakes to-day. Lizards 12 crawling on the floor think the dingoes can carry them all. Let’s do a head count if you please. Ten Dingoes running round like mad and seven Koalas holding seven emus tightly as. One koala tries to climb a tree so eight Koalas now we see. Severn cockatoos screeching in a tree at twelve lizards try to flee. Ten tiger snakes slithering all around its time we loaded up and went a bound. Ten tiger snakes a bounding through the outback bush whilst ten lizards are a flying on a dingo’s tail two more lizards flying swiftly high up in the sky. There go the emus pelting past the kangaroos in one mad dash. The koalas crying in despair as they travel madly through the air. What of koala in the tree? He was not left behind you see he had fallen fast asleep and dropped out of the tree into welcoming cradling paws I see.

Printed on quality 200gsm gloss art paper. Packaged and sent in a mailing tube to protect edges.

Additional Information
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 10 × 15 × 10 cm
Size of Print

A2 size (420 x 594), A3 size (297×420)

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