Photos without words to explain them are often a puzzle - and here is one larger than most.
Kevin Greenaway writes in to tell of a fantastic collection of 126 photos taken a century ago by outback adventurer Walter Kilroy Harris.
They came into his hands via the US and he has now uploaded them to YouTube for all to see.
Trouble is, none have accompanying information. Maybe readers can help - for starters, with the one published below.
Kevin says Harris was a WWI soldier who was decorated for bravery four times, including the DSO and MC medals.
During his English military career, he held the post of king's messenger and he was eventually commissioned to the Australian command of the Legion of Frontiersmen.
"Exact details of his birth and of his life have been difficult to access but I believe he was in Australia in the 1920s," Kevin says.
"While he was here, he explored the outback and once travelled alone in a one-horse sulky for 5000 miles.
"He also wrote the book Outback in Australia, it being the account of the "longest overland journey ever attempted in Australia with a single horse".
"It is believed some of these photographs were taken on that journey."
Kevin says Harris went to live in the US and eventually died there.
Many years later a bundle of his photos was found in the US and given to an Australian who conducted an Australian souvenir stall in a local market.
Eventually the 126 images found their way to Kevin, who has compiled them as a 14-minute YouTube presentation.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any information, and we'll pass it on to Kevin.
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