Yes, there are some kangaroos in this week’s post. Gasp! Well when they’re as beautiful as this young lady, why not? So we have two favourite subjects, Roos and sunsets and when they’re in the one shot they’re something else.
I know you’ve seen fighting wallabies before, ho-hum. I took these pics from our bedroom the other morning. I left the veranda posts in so you could see that I’m not kidding, the window needs cleaning too.
I gave a girly squeal when I saw the top photo of the Magpie Geese. I’d taken quite a few with my telephoto lens and they were well in the distance. To catch them in flight with good clarity is a real bonus for me. The bottom picture is okay and it gives you a feeling that they may need air traffic control. There would have been about 300 geese on the lake.
Another afternoon in the front yard and I went towards the garage to take some pictures. These two males were having a little push and shove over the embankment, I went on to take about 60 pics of the ensuing fight. I thought a little comic relief wouldn’t go astray and I love the look on his face. No I didn’t put that white bit in his eye, I’d say it was rolling in fear.
Fort Denison in beautiful Sydney Harbour. Click on the blue link for its story.
Top picture shows a pair of Eurasian Coots feeding in Lake Apex. The lower one is of a Royal Spoonbill, he seems to be parading in front of the Whistling ducks.
One of the many ferries that traverse Sydney harbour.
That’s the lot for this week folks, a mixed bag. Okay there are Roos but they’re all over the place at the moment and I have more cute joeys than I know what to do with. Remember the pictures look much better opened in a new tab or window, especially the flying geese. Until next week take care.