The everyday of our family farm
Yes VERY AUSSIE. Great photo.Just a pity that they breed so quickly.Hope you had a great Aussie Day.Colin
You have their attention. And yes... so Australian.
I'm happy to say we only have rabbits. Hope you had a good day.
They look very curious about something. I sure hope they know to stay out of your field.
Have a great Australian Day!
Oihhh ... kangaroos. They looks so exotic animals, funny and also with their pockets. I would hope sometime to see them in the wild (I once saw in a zoo), but I think it is impossible. Lovely lovely photo.
Looks like the gang is all there!
I can't help it! They always look like giant rabbits at first glance. Great capture!
That is certainly not something I would get to see in Canada.
Belated Happy Australia Day. Love the shot. Diane
Great picture, again! Reminds me of the many kangaroos, Joeys jumping in and out pouch, too, I was so fortunate to see in Perth, when I was on a month's vacation in Australia,in 2009.Greetings from the province of Friesland ( Friesian horses, Holstein Friesian cattle ) in The Netherlands,Jeanneke.
such fabulous critters!
One never looses the excitement of spotting one. Could be different if one is a farmer.
Do they breed like rabbits do here? I know that it can be an issue, but for those of us in the US, this is an amazing sight
Cool, we get deer you get kangaroos. : )
Very Australian. Well done :)
You are right. Unique.
Unique and Fun!