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Rusty the Tin Dog by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

Rusty was born in 2004 when the children from the Dowerin District High School developed a project initiative to encourage people to stop in Dowerin.

The students helped with his initial design, sourced funding for his materials and employed an artist to build him.

The students were inspired by the legend of his home, the Tin Dog Creek, which originally got its name during settlement in the area and the commencement of mining in the Yilgarn Goldfields.

The story goes that settlers in Northam started using the surrounding land to feed and rest their stock during winter and driving them home when the feed started to dry off.

A track was opened up as a result of this, leading to Moujakine, Yarragin and Eunuin.

From Goomalling onwards, the road followed a chain of water soaks, one of which became known as the 13-mile soak. The miners who were on their way to the Goldfields would leave their empty tinned beef cans (affectionately called ‘tinned dog’) by the water soak, thus Tin Dog Creek got its unique name (S. Gervas 1997).

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Rusty the Tin Dog by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

Rusty was born in 2004 when the children from the Dowerin District High School developed a project initiative to encourage people to stop in Dowerin.

The students helped with his initial design, sourced funding for his materials and employed an artist to build him.

The students were inspired by the legend of his home, the Tin Dog Creek, which originally got its name during settlement in the area and the commencement of mining in the Yilgarn Goldfields.

The story goes that settlers in Northam started using the surrounding land to feed and rest their stock during winter and driving them home when the feed started to dry off.

A track was opened up as a result of this, leading to Moujakine, Yarragin and Eunuin.

From Goomalling onwards, the road followed a chain of water soaks, one of which became known as the 13-mile soak. The miners who were on their way to the Goldfields would leave their empty tinned beef cans (affectionately called ‘tinned dog’) by the water soak, thus Tin Dog Creek got its unique name (S. Gervas 1997).

Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathway Exploration July-August 2020 - - #GMOPE 23.

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Since I'm new to Albuquerque I know nothing of the local art scene. There are numerous works by this sculptor around the Central Avenue (Old Route 66) as it skirts along the University of New Mexico's campus. They are amazingly complex pieces. It's unfathomable to comprehend the amount of time to fabricate these given the number of facets on each pieces. I've seen them as public sculpture. Only in the yards of private residences.
 

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Burghley House Sculpture Garden, City of Peterborough.
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One of Antony Gormley's 100 Men, at Another Place. Crosby, Lancashire.
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Telamons - PARIS-2018-27 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

2018 July France - UK holiday: These appear to be telamons from what I can find, are architectural male figures. The name of the architect is alongside but a Google search has proved fruitless.
 

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John Forrest Memorial – Swan River Foreshore – Fremantle by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

I am not sure what this is meant to represent but the plaque indicates that this memorial was erected by the municipalities of the Fremantle district on August 22 1947, to commemorate the centenary of John Forest, Baron Forest of Bunbury, GC MG DCL LLD FRGS.
 

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