The Oldest Bird Images On The Planet.

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Subject: The Oldest Bird Images On The Planet.
From: Chris Shaw <>
Date: Wed, 15 May 2013 18:17:54 +0930
The Burrup Archipelago in WA has the world’s longest spanning pictorial history 
of human occupation including what are the earliest images on man, birds and 
many other animals and symbols. Images that go back 30,000 years and more.

Last week I had my first visit there… it is a stunning place. A few of the 
photos I took are on my blog at Top Birds & Everyfing.

Chris Shaw

Mobile 0409 675912

My blog - "Top Birds and Everyfing" can be found on the following link

“Failure defeats losers, failure inspires winners.” – Robert T. Kiyosaki


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