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"Penguins," he laughed by Anne van Alkemade

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  • Tony Waite-Pullan
    Tony Waite-Pullanalmost 5 years ago

    uh a Parade!! Lovely capture Anne

  • thanks Tony. He was hanging around outside our cabin and the ‘streets’ in the park were all named after Phillip Island tourist attractions. I dashed inside and grabbed my camera when I saw him perched there.

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • roybarry
    roybarryalmost 5 years ago

    Bloody cross dressers get everywhere!

  • oh, you spotted that! Mind you, he was a long way away from the water. LOL.

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Soxy Fleming
    Soxy Flemingalmost 5 years ago

    gorgeous, hope you are having fun

  • alas it was only 4 days, and home now, but it was a wonderful holiday

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Cathy  Walker
    Cathy Walkeralmost 5 years ago

    Oh that’s a great photo!

  • thanks Cathy

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Solar Zorra
    Solar Zorraalmost 5 years ago

    Adorable shot! What, no penguins in Oz? :) SZ

  • oh goodness yes! At Phillip Island there are Little Penguins (I’m not sure, but I think they were called Fairy Penguins before idiotic political correctedness got in the way). We went to the penguin parade one night, it was wonderful (but no photography allowed).

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • I guess the title is an odd attempt at humour. :o)

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Solar Zorra
    Solar Zorraalmost 5 years ago

    See now, that’s just how ignorant I am of Australia. I would have bet my life that there were no penguins there. It seems you have a lot of cool creatures there that we rarely get to see….only in zoos. A penguin parade sounds like the coolest thing ever! :) SZ

  • I absolutely love Australian wildlife and even though there’s lots around even where I live, I never get tired of going to wildlife parks and taking pix of animals and birds. At Phillip Island there are stacks, including a koala conservation reserve where you can get really close to them, or feed wallabies and emus. They’re wonderful and I never tire of taking their photos. I have some more from the holiday that I was planning to upload to RB but wasn’t sure if people were getting a tad bored with them. I might anyway. :o) I even took a short movie of Robyn feeding the wallabies and giggling when they held her hand (they were just doing it to make sure the food stayed put while they were eating it!)

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Cathryn Swanson
    Cathryn Swansonalmost 5 years ago

    I love kookaburras and he looks nothing like a penguin!haha.
    Good shot Anne.

  • Lawford
    Lawfordalmost 5 years ago

    Just how do you cook a burra?

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