Just having a Rest! by Chris Chalk
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A grey kangaroo resting at the Grampians National Park where I was recently camping!

Exp – 1/640

Apt – F/2.8

ISO – 80

F/L – 6.2mm

*Canon “IXY” 25 IS Digital Camera

Hi, my name is Chris. I reside in Horsham, the capital of the whealt belt area in Victoria, Australia. I enjoy capturing the beauty of my beloved country and touring Australia in my Caravan. The majority of my photographs are landscape images of my travels.

I hope you enjoy my travels too and I thankyou for taking your time to look at my work!

Warm Regards

Chris (cjcphotography)

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Comments

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTalmost 4 years ago

    nice shot

  • Thanks Sylvia!

    – Chris Chalk

  • trish725
    trish725almost 4 years ago

  • Thanks Guys – :)

    – Chris Chalk

  • Bramley1
    Bramley1almost 4 years ago

    Wonderful shot!!

  • Thanks Bri – :)

    – Chris Chalk

  • Lynda Heins
    Lynda Heinsalmost 4 years ago

    Don’t you just love them…nice shot Chris!

  • Yes, we are so lucky to have such beautiful wildlife at our doorstep! I captured these at the Hall’s Gap caravan park earlier this year.

    – Chris Chalk

  • Lucinda Walter
    Lucinda Walteralmost 4 years ago

    Excellent capture.

  • LOL, don’t ya just love them! Thanks so much for your comments Lucinda – :)

    – Chris Chalk

  • Kratos
    Kratosalmost 4 years ago

    I’ll definitely never see a sight like that here! This one seems pretty curious about you, too!

  • Yeah, they get a bit spooked come sunset but due to our recent long drought they are quite friendly in parks like this as the campers feed them! Thanks for your lovely comments Laurie – :)

    – Chris Chalk

  • JohnDSmith
    JohnDSmithalmost 4 years ago

    Hi Chris,..Nice shot,..do these Kangroos just run around all over,…The wild deer here in the U,S.,you could see just about any where,..In the city`s they love in the parks,..mostly hiding in the day,and come out at night,..

  • Hi John. Since our 10 year drought, which has broken now with recent heavy rains, they can be quite dangerous. Their paws are razor sharp and they really do harm people if intimadated. The drought bought them into parks,towns and cities for food. When I go caravaning they would come up to my door every morning for a feed of bread. They quite enjoy having a boxing session between each other but they don’t seem to harm each other.

    – Chris Chalk

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesalmost 4 years ago

    Excellent work!

    1 Day 13 Nov 2010

  • Thankyou Margaret, sorry for taking so long to reply!

    – Chris Chalk

  • shortshooter-Al
    shortshooter-Alalmost 4 years ago

    He looks quite comfy doesn’t he. Nice shot Mate.

  • RCTrotman
    RCTrotmanalmost 4 years ago

  • Thankyou RC, very much appreciated!

    – Chris Chalk

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