Saturday, June 13, 2009

I blame moles.

 

Nope, nope, not trying to hide anything here in the listing Loquacity found. That's just the way grass grows in Australia -- in little identical clumps.

9 comments:

downundersugarglider said...

ha ha ha I live in Canberra - right next to Bungendore - and that grass would be brown brown brown - with that one little green clump.
We don't have moles in Australia. But we do have drop bears.

sherri said...

good eye, way to spot bad photoshopping.

bikergeek said...

Carl Spackler, please call your office.

Anonymous said...

Is that satellite dish on the top of the house photoshopped in, too?

Vicky said...

Hahaha! Classic. At least they tried.

I was going to agree with the other aussie here and say we don't have moles.... but I googled to check ... and apparently we do.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsupial_mole

Weird photo explained.

it'sjustme said...

No moles in Australia - try wombats perhaps?
Satellite dish would definitely be real.

Anonymous said...

What's up with the walkway? Did they paint that in photoshop too?

Aurelius said...

This is our house (well, it's the house we moved out of last summer).
And note: the path to the door doesn't look like it's roll-up in real life :)
An appalling piece of photochopping.
(The satellite dish was real, but not connected to anything)

mudslicker said...

I believe those are platypus mounds and boy are they just...adorable!