Some images of uniquely Australian residents.


The New Holland Honeyeater was so named by…

…by Dutch explorers,

the first European explorers

to visit Australia.



Unique to Australia would not be complete

without mentioning the

cuddly Koala  🙂.



Amanda                       Sandi

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-K


My contribution for

this week’s challenge


(Needs to contain the Letter K)

Two from Australia….two from South African.



The Klipspringer,

a South African Antelope,

in Kruger National Park.

And a Kudu…same location as above.



My five words.

From its vantage point high up in the tree

koalas can see all that is going on below.


I must confess to total ignorance of this word.

I hope these branches/trunk divisions

are an acceptable example of it.

While I get totally frustrated with

young kelpies and Labradors barking

and chasing passers by and their dogs,

this week I was reminded of what

Maggie thought of intruders

entering her patch of turf.

I saw the jagged Point Roadknight a few weeks ago

in a Facebook group.

This morning I found it myself.

Those astute photographers will note there

has been some Photoshop used on this image.

One day I hope to be able to use PS

without anyone being able to spot it.


Quayside at Williamstown with the

Melbourne skyline in the background.


Thursday’s Special: September-Words

Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-Wk-36


Odd Ball

Week 36


 We  spotted this on the way to Horsham…

koala_0155only an hour or so away.  I did not know there was a big one.

koala_155But had to stop for a quick pic on the way home.


Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-36






Wordless Wednesday_15-July-08

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We paid a visit to

Werribee Open Range Zoo

this morning, and…

koala_0197I decided to post a couple of photos of a

well known member of Australia’s wildlife.

koala_0199Not very often they are close enough

to capture a half decent shot.


Wordless Wednesday

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