Tuesday, March 17, 2009

My World; Australia;



My world are Kangaroos. This mother and her joey live in the Yuraygir Nationalpark in Northern New South Wales. Please click the picture to see the joey.




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Photos TS.



16 comments:

  1. Goodness, they are very pale. At first I thought they were albinos. Love the second shot with her feet just off the ground launching herself into space.

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  2. I'm amused how they carry their joeys on their tummies. So unique and adorable.

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  3. Such great pictures. The joey is so cute, and it's fun to see the mom in the act of hopping.

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  4. THAT is wonderful! I love it.

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  5. This is what I think of when I think of Australia. I know they are a nuisance there, but they are intriguing to us! Great photos!

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  6. Kangaroos are amazing creatures... So sweet and so cool at the same time! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. O wie süss die sind, liebe Titania. Die jungen Mütter, die ihre Babies mit einem Tuch vorne am Bauch tragen, haben das wohl den Kängurus abgeschaut.
    Doch meine allerliebsten Australien-Lieblinge sind die Koalabärchen. Bestimmt hast Du diese herzigen Gesellen auch schon fotografiert.
    Liebe Grüsse in die Nacht
    Elfe

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  8. Cute Kangaroos! I hope to see one in person in the future.

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  9. Great photos and very cute kangaroos! I love them!

    Have a nice day,
    greetings from Germany :),

    Katrin

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  10. Aren't they sweet? I wonder are they protected from the hunters?

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  11. What a wonderful sight to behold. They are truly amazing animals. From Denise in Northern Virginia (USA).

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  12. In my world we have a few too many kangroos at present with all the re-afforestaion we have done. They are a pest with fences though we love them dearly.

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  13. Hi Titania

    I came across your blog and find the pictures just beautiful. I'm creating a business card for a therapeutic bodywork practice in the U.S. and would love to be able to use one of your photos I saw. Is that possible? Please let me know if you charge a fee for a photo and what it would be. Thank you ever so much.
    Catherine
    p.s. I have never participated in a blog before, so I hope I'm making contact and if you like, you can contact me by my email which is StapletonC@mac.com, or I'll come find your blog again to see if you've responded here. Thanks!

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