My Tinted Thursday post is a re-post of my Black and White Tuesday photos, in colour. I hope you enjoy.
Just for the record, being in such close proximity to this kangaroo was not a ‘one off’ at the park.
A shelter provides shade where three or four wallabies (I think….small kangaroos), were resting in the heat of the day and only too willing to accept food offered and receive a pat from my Canadian friends. Many of the animals, mainly kangaroos and birds were happy to be fed by visitors. The park staff also offer a photo opportunity with a koala.
These two were the unexpected surprised of our Tiger Walk at Dream World morning and provided the light-hearted moment of the day. One brother conscientious, quiet and reliable. The other mischievous, noisy, always on the go.
While we had the park to ourselves early in the morning, the cubs were the star attraction around 3 PM.
Now for the star family of the week. My father told me about the spur on the plover’s wings.
However at forty or fifty metres I was never able to see it, but the spurs are clearly visible in these photos…..or at least in the last photo.
- Black and White Tuesday: Family (woollymuses.wordpress.com)
- The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary (adelphicie.wordpress.com)
- Wallabies, kangaroos and the flying petshop! (helenheslop.com)
- Kangaroo Foot Print (fionaonthego.wordpress.com)
- Kangaroo found wandering near Dade City (abcactionnews.com)
- Nature in the Southern Highlands – Kangaroo Valley, Bowral and Mittagong (visitnsw.com)