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Black Swan 

Dunedoo is the aboriginal word for swan. There are a series of metal sculptures of birds in the local park.  More of them below.

Barn owl

Wedge tailed eagle

Kookaburra

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  1. They are great sculptures and look so good against the foggy background. Don't you ever sleep in, girl?

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  2. Love them! Especially in their foggy settings :D)

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  3. I love those sculptures! And I actually thought the first one was a real bird :)

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  4. Fantastic! I especially like the swan in the mist.

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  5. I love em too!
    Especially the Wedgy.

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