Monday, April 15, 2013

There one moment, and......


Plooop!..... gone the next.....!
This little joey in the pouch must not have liked what he saw (surely I couldn't have looked that bad) and disappeared hastily back indoors :) The link above is one of the last in a series of short videos describing how the joey develops from birth right up to this cheeky wee face popping out to see the big wide world! I know I've shown the kangaroos a few times before but who could resist this peaceful family scene? Taken in Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, this one is for your house guest FC hope she enjoys. Here's hoping that you're ready to face the week ahead, not sure I am.. take care and stay safe.....

29 comments:

  1. Oh, I do love your little joey!! Hope you have a great week!! Enjoy!

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  2. Aw....! How sweet and really nice photos too!! I am not at all ready to face the week. Oh dear!

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  3. That's about as sweet as it gets! Would love to see these things in person. I mean, not in a zoo. Guess I'll just have to point my way to Perth!

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  4. I often want to crawl back to bet on the weekends too.

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  5. Great shots, Grace. I always enjoy seeing your 'roos!

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  6. How cute is that. I have my own little joey. - oh wait that's something else entirely.

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  7. Sympathetic and excellent image of this animal to which I have much affection.
    Hugs and kisses.

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  8. I don't blame him for retreating to the comfort of his mother's pouch after a glimpse of the outside world.

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  9. What a Delight from OZ!!!!!

    Thanks, Dear
    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    ~ > < } } ( ° > <3


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  10. Gorgeous photos Grace, I raised an eastern grey joey many years ago, found in its dead mothers pouch (road kill) great experience and had a happy ending too!

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  11. What a moving entry. Yes, can't even remember the last five years seeing our son grow.

    Please have a good new week ahead.

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  12. I always enjoy seeing your photos of the kangaroos!

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  13. I don't know, but it looks like an awkward weight to be carrying around!

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  14. I can never get enough of these kangaroo shots! Love it! And it could never be you, that little guy was feeling a bit camera shy, like all children sometimes do, yes?:)

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  15. You just can't go wrong with a joey peeping out from a pouch.

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  16. What a great capture Grace. I love watching kangaroos.

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  17. this is really nice... very unusual for Europeans...
    they kangaroo are really funny and nice, but also very sweet !
    well done Grace, have a nice week ! ciao

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  18. They are amazing animals aren't they Grace? I wouldn't get close to one in the wild though.

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  19. These are so special animals, they have something human, I think because they walk straight right up as we do too. The popping baby is so cute, adorable.

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  20. such interesting animals...thanks for sharing!

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  21. what a sweet shot .. even tho that silly baby didnt want its photo taken ... and congrats to all of Australia for Adam Scott's brilliant playing at The Masters!

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  22. Australians are lucky to have these guys around! :-)

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  23. Awwww, so cute! Hope all is/was ok in your place!

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  24. Adorable!

    Wish I had a pouch I could plooop back into when I don't like what's happening in the world.

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