random: roo
Posted in australia, nature, pia's photos March 16th, 2011 by pia

what: kangaroo where: countryside why: i think you know the answer to that.

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  1. Andi of My Beautiful Adventures says

    Ugh, take me back to Oz now!!! Amazing capture. WOW!

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  2. lissa says

    gorgeous. x

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  3. Claire says

    So magical x

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  4. sofia says

    oh sooo cute !!! I see it !

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  5. Alice says

    just a lovely amount of fog there too.
    the little roo looks like a bunny almost. 😛

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  6. anne says

    Wonderful, wish I was there! And love your way of describing it 🙂

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  7. rossana says

    what a special and magical moment!

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  8. Bria says

    Beautiful! My only encounter with a kangaroo was at my local movie theater when a woman brought a baby joey in her purse to see Stardust. It was pretty epic for my small northern California mind. The best part is when I got to pet it’s soft soft fur and look into it’s large black eyes. I think I need to visit Australia now…. hehe

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  9. Denise | Chez Danisse says

    w o w

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  10. Lena says

    haunting and beautiful…

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  11. meenal@maison marigold says

    Such a beautiful image…love how just the tips of ears of a couple of roos are showing…its funny that i’ve been to OZ twice and never spotted a kangaroo outside the zoo…weird!! xx meenal

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  12. kitchu says

    haunting and beautiful. and fitting for the reflective mood i find myself in of late, as many of us have i am sure.

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  13. MissHeliotrope says

    The eyelashes on those things…
    Mind you, Dr Heliotrope, who doesn’t always pay quite enough attention, once, when attempting to tell me about the kangaroos on his morning walk, had a brain spasm, and told me about the mermaids. Have yet to see any of those.

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  14. sophie says

    pia, i bought your beautiful books and they arrived today! I am going to amsterdam and paris soon, and they have made me so excited! thank you.

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  15. slavica - seductively french says

    I adore your photos, the last post about the restaurant is awesome.

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  16. Jane says

    At first glance, I thought this was a hare…well, I was thinking March hare! Then I looked closer and it’s a Kangeroo, wow!!
    Fabulous photograph.

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  17. Erin says

    this photo is just completely precious. PS loved your credit poster! Cheers to you 🙂

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  18. Prudence @ Flotsam Friends says

    This looks like a kangaroo in a fairytale. What a beautiful shot. Hope you’re enjoying your stay. Pruxxx

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  19. Kat says

    So gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your great photos and stories — your site is a pleasure to read.

    March 18th, 2011 | #

  20. Leanne T says

    just so stunning and fresh. so australian. love it.

    March 21st, 2011 | #

  21. Meg Manion Silliker says

    wow this is just so wonderful. perfect in every way.

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  22. Trina says

    This photo is so dreamy. A story of some sorts. Almost looks like Winnie the Pooh has come to life.
    xo Trina

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  23. Natasha says

    Oh! This made my heart stop for a minute, so beautiful!

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  24. nannette says

    Thought it was a bunny … at first.
    Aren’t that Elizabeth and Mr Darcy just outside the frame?

    March 27th, 2011 | #

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