• southaustraliaSo… this is how echidnas roll in Adelaide! When you’re built like a big, round pin cushion you can expect to take the odd tumble or two - especially when your mates give you a helping hand! Neil Edwards stumbled across this parade of echidnas on a photo mission in the Onkaparinga Hills. While he was busy training his lens on birds and kangaroos, he spotted a little movement as he was packing up for home - and what happened next clearly made his day! These shy monotremes (egg laying mammals) are pretty common around these parts, and right now it’s mating season so they’re more active during the day. If you’re out and about, keep your eyes peeled for ‘echidna trains’ – where one female is followed by up to 10 males at a time! That’s apparently what’s happening here… and good luck to the young lady! #SeeSouthAustralia [📍Location: just a 2 hr flight from Sydney to #Adelaidein #SouthAustralia ]

This wonderful sketch page of Adelaide was made by @sylladexter who knocked it out of the park. It really was wonderful to see just how much emotion and movement these sketches had and the top notch expressions. Not only seeing all these multiple angles but also the handling of the clothing and the way it falls and flows makes it feel like its own character. I really can’t choose a fav sketch of the the bunch, i just love em all. Thanks again ^^