During a recent weekend away to Halls Gap, Beth and I came upon a small group of Kangaroos that were on a stretch of grass at a nearby caravan park. Beth and I walked over and observed a family feeding the Kangaroos some bred and petting them.
Both sharing the view that we ought not to feed the Kangaroos bred, Beth and I wandered up to the Kangaroos and I began taking photos of them. The Kangaroos appeared quite tame and would come up to you and rest their hands upon you.
This particular Kangaroo followed Beth and I around for a while. The both of us were struck by the little Kangaroos eyes which were very beautiful and seemed to speak to us both.

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  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharp6 months ago

  • Thanks Marie and thanks “Your Country’s Best Images.”

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  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Trupp6 months ago

    I love your work

  • Thanks Larry and thanks “Nature’s Paintbrush” Group.

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    kalaryder3 months ago

    28/04/2014

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  • Thanks kalaryder and thanks “Wild Oz Group.”

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