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Pyrography or woodburning on mango wood. 12" by 17" or 30cm by 43cm.
Commissioned work for gallery in N.S.W.
possums, mother, babies, woodburning, pyrography, wood, burn, australia
Hi, my name is Robyn J. Blackford. I am a retired nurse who loves photography, pyrography and writing. I live with my husband in the rainforest of Tallebudgera Valley in Queensland, Australia.
All my photos are what I see through the lens.
Thank you so much Rosemaree :) Robyn.
Thanks for your wonderful comment Deborah, and it is my pleasure submiiting this work. Robyn :)
WOW!!!! This is so exciting :) Thank you SO much Deborah. And what a pretty banner. Robyn :)
Thanks Patricia :)
I think those are Opossums no possums, because the ears and the nose is shorter, They look too cute. possum live here in the states and Opossum live where you are, but , I could be wrong, possum may be where you are too.
I have always wondered about that spelling…having lived in the States and now is Oz, I get SO mixed up. Thank you for your input; I must look into it as my photos are of possums/Opussums here in Australia. Robyn :)
Thank you VERY much Pam. Robyn :)
My…how amazing…I thought it was a pic at first…just incredible details…such skill.Peace and light,Luna
Thank you Luna :) what a beautiful compliment. I am working on a Koala and her baby at the moment. That’s even more detail. Robyn :)
This is so very sweet Robin,you do amazing work
Trudi what a beautiful comment, thank you. Robyn :)
You made me blush :) Thanks Cecily, glad you like it. Robyn
I also found a possum the looks just like these it’s called the common bush tailed possum. I never realized there were different types as well.
Hi again Patricia :) There are quite a few. My other woodburning or pyrography of a mother possum and her baby, are the brush-tail possums that live in our trees (large ears). I thought these were the ring-tail possums (small ears). Well we learn something everyday :) Robyn