(5 photographs) Australia is full of big things. At the zoo we have bears which are not native to our country but lifesize replicas are made to bring home the differences in scale between humans and these great beasts.
The big sheep on the other hand at Goulburn is celebrating the Merino ram. The merino of course was developed in Australia and produced fine wool. This one is 15.2 mtrs (50 feet) tall and as are most of our big edifices used for tourism purposes.
The Big Banana at Coffs Harbour is another of these. We have too many to show them all. The big pineapple, the big prawn, the big clam, even the big potato are just a few large scaled replicas of the real thing that a particular area is famous for.
Obvious scale can be seen in these two photos. Ranging down from trees to humans to Sundance the Bernese mountain dog, Zac then Bundy.
Here Zac (the german shepherd) meets his new friend Roxy for the first time. It really was the big and the small of it.
In response to the Daily Prompt weekly photo challenge