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Ozzie_Traveller

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G'day mate

Hmmm - dust to dust - and it seems that someone who has an artistic bent has arranged the bones into a semblance of shape for us to follow.
Camera wise - your result is probably identical to mine should I find this out on my travels, so it's probably the best you can expect. You 'could' play with WB - the subject being in the shade, but I would not bother.

Hope this helps
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G'day mate

Hmmm - dust to dust - and it seems that someone who has an artistic bent has arranged the bones into a semblance of shape for us to follow.
Camera wise - your result is probably identical to mine should I find this out on my travels, so it's probably the best you can expect. You 'could' play with WB - the subject being in the shade, but I would not bother.

Hope this helps
Phil
What you suggest is not the case . The deceased Kangaroo was found on my property , the cause of it's demise is unknown . However the ants and the crows reduced the corpse to it's skeletal remains , no ''Touch Up''.
 

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My goodness, a dead kangamarroo...:(
 

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What you suggest is not the case . The deceased Kangaroo was found on my property , the cause of it's demise is unknown . However the ants and the crows reduced the corpse to it's skeletal remains , no ''Touch Up''.
G'day mate

I am most impressed - as all the roo skeletons I have seen in the past have had the bones spread about by feral foragers
Phil
 

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Yes well perhaps a further explanation is needed . My son was concerned that our two dogs would be attracted to the corpse so he laid a sheet of ARC mesh over the said corpse . This prevented spreading of the body and allowed natures undertakers to do their work and left an intact skeleton . A few bones were disturbed when I removed the mesh and the skeleton remains there until I plow it in as it is positioned in my fire break.
 

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Dunno how big this is, but I'd be tempted to put a box frame round it, and pour concrete, so that you had a "fossil"
 
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