Sunday, February 19, 2012

Mothers and daughters.....


There's an old saying that if you want to know what your future bride may look like, look to her mother...this adorable little joey (baby kangaroo) above, that could be mistaken for a baby deer minus it's spots and is cute as can be, will one day be a powerful mamma like 'herself 'below..check out the claws on those back feet..oh la they could do some damage if you stay out late drinking with the boys....!!
Fortunately if you have to make a hasty getaway, you are well equipped to bound out of reach pronto, unfortunately she is equally equipped and will be right behind you haha! Bit scary huh.....!! This is my entry for the 'silly Sunday' theme...what do you mean there isn't one!! Hope you have a fab Sunday....

36 comments:

  1. a baby kangaroo is so cute!are they in liberty in parcs in gardens? can you appoach them, could they attack you?..

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  2. kangaroos interesting to watch...best left to their own desires! Great photos!

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  3. Even if they'll never know or care and quite rightly so, here's a hug from France (keep your claws baby!)

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  4. I do love kangaroos and I'm always enchanted by your captures! This little one is so adorable! Thanks for taking us to visit!!

    Sylvia

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  5. You live in such an amazing environment !

    Thank you for the glimpse. Please have a good Sunday.

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  6. Nice pictures. Do these cuties come in Australians garden , backyard as the deer do in the US?

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  7. I thought that it was a deer with long ears! So cute.

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  8. I thought that top photo was a baby deer until I saw the second photo! Interesting creatures!

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  9. Bonza photos. If you're ever attacked by a Kangaroo for some strange reason the Kangaroo will use its hind legs and claws to split open your belly, then you'll find your innards on the ground and then you're done for big time, that's how nasty Kangaroos can be :-).

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  10. The little kangaroo is like a doe. Nice !!!!!!

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  11. Oz is a greta get away for me in the NZ winter. I tell my husband, that he knows like a kangaroo, small arms, long body and legs. he wasn't impressed. On one of my hols, I bought him a glass kangaroo, just to rub it in.

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  12. Great pictures, the baby looks so cute and inoffensive!

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  13. Yes I did think it was a wee deer for a moment - I've heard about kanagroo hooves and wouldn'tr wish to be on the end of the one.

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  14. Lovely photos and I think Silly Sunday might just be a great new theme :-)

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  15. E' un paradiso...
    Belle foto.
    Kisses.

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  16. The sweet joey invites petting but strong protective mama makes me think twice.

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  17. Cute but I'd be careful not to get too close.

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  18. I guess you have to be careful sometimes when you hear that saying!

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  19. Lovely pictures of such a special animal.Like them very much.

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  20. haha! i thought it was a deer, poor me! don't know how to differentiate bet. the two. ^0^
    cute, cute!

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  21. Oh this was a fun series, those of us, like me, that do not see kangaroos just hanging out, love this!

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  22. Wow, he does look like a deer! Very cute. I love how this is something that is common to you, but not to me.

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  23. In my case it's more like look to her father's mother. My mother was - and is gorgeous. Me? not so much

    currently watching a mini series about WW2 in the South Pacific - references to Melbourne. Interesting. Don't understand why Australia doesn't get snow (am I wrong?) and why next door New Zeland does in spades.

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  24. Well, if there isn't one, there should be! Great photos! The first photo certainly looks like a deer...amazing!

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  25. This is a lovely series, Grace!

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  26. Mamas have to be big and powerful...and loving! :<)

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  27. You're right -- that little joey looks like a baby deer. And, Mama's claws -- wow! I wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of those.

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  28. Great shots, Grace, and yes, I agree the first one looks like a fawn!

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