Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Kangaroos, Emus and Views at Tidbinbilla*











*Tidbinbilla is a beautiful nature park in Canberra's south.


I'm joining in with  My Little Drummer Boys, Sakura Haruka,  and Tina's for Wordless Wednesday. Pop over and see some great Wordless Wednesday photos!





My Little Drummer Boys








23 comments:

  1. You captured the essence of Australia in these photos! Beautiful images.

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    1. Thanks Misha....It's amazing to see the wild animals up so close!

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  2. I love the hills and view that come with the Emus and Kangaroos. Our Roos and Emus we just find up the paddock, flat plains and lots of dust at the moment.

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    1. Thanks Nat...I hadn't been to that lookout before, but I'm so glad we went there!

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    1. Thanks Ai...I love the way they move, but you can't really capture the bouncing with a still camera!

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  4. gosh we live in such a beautiful country!!! :)

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    1. We sure do! that road to Tidbinbilla was one of my favourite training rides...I still remember every hill!!

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  5. wonderful shots! thanks for joining us :)

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  6. Wow those Kanga's in the first photo look a little possessed, haha!
    Gorgeous photos of a beautiful looking spot. So peaceful xo

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    1. Well, let me tell you they had less the pure thoughts....the pic I snapped after this was just a bit to risqué for the blog......

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  7. It is a lovely spot, have been there a couple of times, and I love the rocky outcrops.

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    1. Thanks so much for your kind comment and thank you for following my blog too :)

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  8. Wonderful photos and FYI Emus terrify me.

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    1. Thanks Becky! I understand the Emu thing. I had to keep pulling my daughter back and reminding her that it was a wild animal...no zoo enclosures to keep her safe from that beak!

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  9. Oh, I'm impressed. I like your pics. Gretings, Julie ♥

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  10. Great photos. Canberra certainly is beautiful. I could do some serious painting there. Whether they'd be good or not is another thing.

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