Another capture of the kangaroo which lives with its family in the bushland at the bottom of my son’s garden
Buderim, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
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Camera: Nikon DSLR 5000

Retired many years from nursing. I live in beautiful Buderim, Queensland.
I use a Nikon D5000.
I like to capture natural settings, anything else that catches my attention.
I also delve into digital art and mixed media – all self taught.

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  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkealmost 3 years ago

  • Thank you Ray!

    – Margaret Stevens

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonalmost 3 years ago

    Natures Paintbrush

    BEAUTIFUL work
    .

  • Thank you Anne!

    – Margaret Stevens

  • virginian
    virginianalmost 3 years ago

    Great catch! He/she is beautiful!

  • Thanks Judy! I think it’s a male!

    – Margaret Stevens

  • Jean Gregory  Evans
    Jean Gregory ...almost 3 years ago

    Oh, wow! Must be awesome to get to photograph them in the wild! Isn’t he cute?! … When I first saw this picture, it trailed through my mind that this little one reminds me of your dinosaurs!

    That’s a lovely green plant in the background. Do you know the name of it?

    Have a great day, Margaret! Greetings from Earth’s other side, Jean

  • Hi Jean, thank you for thye nice comment! I think the green plant might be an Agapanthus.

    – Margaret Stevens

  • Jean Gregory  Evans
    Jean Gregory ...almost 3 years ago

    Thank you for the identity of the plant. I’ve been reading about them. They bloom! The leaves on your son’s plant are almost as stunningly beautiful as the kangaroo. I’m going to add Agapanthus to my wish list for my garden next warm season. I enjoy dreaming of flowers as I begin my cold weather season.

    Maybe I dream of the kangaroo too but I doubt that will EVER come to fruition. :))

  • Albert
    Albertalmost 3 years ago

    It’s a great capture of a roo Margaret. It’s looks completely unafraid. I am just wondering how close you were and if you used a zoom lens.

  • Thanks for the comment Albert. The roos are fairly tame, and will accept food from us, but at a short distance. I was about 2 mtrs away, on the other side of a pool style fence. No zoom, 55mm lens used.

    – Margaret Stevens

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 3 years ago

    A great capture Margaret !

  • Thank you Trish!

    – Margaret Stevens

  • Sharon Brown
    Sharon Brownalmost 3 years ago

    Lovely!

  • Thanks Sharon!

    – Margaret Stevens

  • vigor
    vigoralmost 3 years ago

    You have kangaroos in your yard, we have deer. great capture!

  • Thank you Vivian!

    – Margaret Stevens

  • EdsMum
    EdsMum12 months ago

    Congratulations – 24th Oct. 2013 – Shirley & Jean

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