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They just seem to come from nowhere

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G'day all

Sitting quietly alongside the motorhome while having a cuppa or a 'glass of something nice' ... in late afternoon they just arrive one by one into the scene as they get up from the long grass and from the shade of the bushes and come out to graze


exif- Pannny FZ-2500; 1/400s x F5,6; ISO-125; lens at 20x zoom / 480mm FFequiv

As always, feedback welcome
Phil
 
We met quite a few Roos when we were there....:encouragement:
 
We met quite a few Roos when we were there....:encouragement:
Yep - there are plenty of tame ones in wildlife parks for tourists to view and "shoot a selfie", but out in the wild -- well the latest gov't estimates are "44-million approx"

They look cute, the males can kill you if they are defending females in their group, and dozens get killed at night on outback roads as the heavy transport vehicles wend their way across Oz
Phil
 

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