If you look closely at this pic, the Kangaroos are all standing, apparently at attention, looking toward the Lake.
Like a guard of Sentinels.
Such a beautiful scene of Lake MacQuarie, which was so calm & serene, it was almost surreal. As we watched the fish jumped in silver flashes, for some invisible targets.
The shadows were getting long across the grass, by the time we visited, this wonderful Parkland.
Happiness is a crust of bread! I just love the way their front paws act like hands.
They were so tame, & seemingly trusting. It was lovely to see them so close.
This seems to be some accidental frame that was taken with this photo of the wider field of the Roos. I am still learning about my camera, & it's settings!
Look at this adorable mother & baby, the mother accepting bread from Gom.
"My sad eyes." The proffered bread was offered to some other Kanga.
This was a Buck I took great interest in- he had lost one eye, & his left ear was snagged quite deeply. He was a smaller Buck than the dominant male of the group, & it appeared he had suffered as a result. I wished a Vet could have checked him out, as his missing eye appeared to be weaping. He made himself very bold with our little group. This is Mr NN feeding him bread.
Here a cheeky Magpie, who came to strut & wait for morsels which might be missed.
David Gray, This Year's Love