Here we go again folks, it’s photo time. I used to start off with a sunset so I thought this double gerbera may make up for not having one.This goanna thought if he stayed still long enough I’d go away. Nope. He’s about a metre long, sorry about missing the end of his tail.
For those who dislike spiders I thought I might get this out of the way early. Do not dismay, cuteness will follow soon.
This unused fishpond had some water in it before Xmas and the Wallabies thought it was marvelous. It seems that everyone wanted to get in.
This Roo hangs around the chalets where we stayed last year, the only trouble is they are hand fed by tourists. So when they see a person they bail them up. Notice the cranky face, tongue and attitude.
Even the pelicans were anxious for a feed at Hawks Nest Bay.
If we had bodybuilding competitions for Roos, this bloke would win it. Showing his guns, and err, hmm, everything else.
This crab is the size of a matchbox and fast on his claws. I think he’s contemplating life and his place in it.
Life can be tough living out in the wild, especially when it’s wet and windy.
Well that’s your lot for this week, and I can only imagine the Roo lovers are happy. I know who you are. It’s good to be back and I’ll get around to seeing you all soon.