... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Wonderful shot of this lovely animal
Beautiful Animals, Great photographsCostas
Great shots Juilie! This Kangaroo really knows how to strike a pose.
Beautiful photos of fascinating kangaroos!
I'm a sucker for these guys. That last one looks like something out of Wind in the Willows.
What a beautiful animal! That first picture is amazing Julie.
gorgeous catch...they are all lovely
that's thinking outside the box...whooda thunk it?
They look like they're very comfortable - just sitting there lounging between 'rounds...
You not only think outside the box, you think outside the pouch, too. Marvelous.
They look particularly appealing lounging or scratching, as you've pointed out.
wonderful shots...when i saw the claws int he first one i was wondering what was going to come out of that box...a magnificent animal. happy tt!
Interesting take on the theme. I love the detail of the top shot ... it makes the kangaroo look like such a fearsome creature through.
Joan, this one WAS a fearsome creature. To me he was as I could sense his power even when relaxing. And they are big ... and I am so little.Then two teenage boys came and fed him crackers, and he stood head to head with them. If he had unwound himself fully he would have towered over them. He lost all his grandeur at that moment ... eating crackers and being sort-of food teased. Made me sad, so won't show those shots.
Beautiful shots :)Don't think of him as losing his grandeur but more as him showing compassion to lesser species who were currying favour with a master by feeding him ;)
I love these creatures and would love to see them in the wild not just in the zoo. Great Post Julie
I flew over here to see your blogs. I also see you are a retired educator. Good for you! I hope to join the ranks in about 5 years. Then I will have more time to blog and take cool photos, like you...You have a good eye in photography.Nice to meet you, Julie.
"I've got an itch back there somewhere."
Haha, I like the way Jayne thinks.
*grin*Yeah, but she is biased ...
I have never seen such close up and wonderful photos of a kangaroo paw...the claws are VERY impressive.
Wonderful shots of an Aussie icon. Sydney - City and Suburbs
Wonderful photos of a great Australian. Their breeding arrangements are something special and we "superior beings" could do well to take a leaf out of their book. For one thing they don't breed when things get tough. It all just goes on"hold"...
I don't know that Oklahoma has anything to compete with a kangaroo. Our only marsupal is a Possum whose only skill is in flopping over and playing dead. Lets see, we have Armadillos? No, no, we just can't top a kangaroo.
Tell Me About It!Australia always beats Great Britain at Rugby League (my favourite sport)
wow Julie...I love these photos..simply amazing!
I sure wouldn't like him to box me.
Ah gorgeous. I know they're like big rats but love the buggas. The top photo is fab.
I could have been boxing a kangaroo in my story. Somehow I think I would have lost. lol :) Thanks for visiting!
I love these. So does my nephew, who's in a bit of a marsupial phase.
Great nature shots. I love the way these kangaroos lounge on the grass. Perhaps, symbolising the laid back side to Australian life?
That's thinking WAY outside the box. These are wonderful photos, especially the first.
So typical from your country, they seem to be happy.:DSerge
I love most things Aussie. Wonderful photos, especially the first one. Happy TT
Fantastic photographs and certainly thinking outside the box. Love the top photo with its power that is a little scary.
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