Monday, December 5, 2011

OUR WORLD - Friends at Home


Just a few critters I have floating around my place. These fellows
have felt free to destroy miles and miles of fencing, in consequence,



the sheep can wander down the road at will. Even this near
to blind sheep who almost blundered into me and had to be
alerted by her lamb to my presence.


How Sparky got out I have no idea but he was doing a great job
mowing the last of the green grass in the yard


until he noticed me and decided to stop for a chat.


The Moon Hill paddock is the only one with even kangaroo
proof fences, so this beautiful lady can safely mind a number
of youngsters.


Looks like the Magpie is looking after these four frisky
little ones.



I hope all of you are having a great beginning of the week, now
come on over to Our World and get your post up!

24 comments:

  1. such cute calves! kangaroos and sheep running amok! wow!

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  2. The roo looks so innocent. Maybe it's a plot. ;) Love the markings on your Sparky horse.

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  3. Oh, I love the look at your world today -- as always! Always find it amazing to think of seeing kangaroos running free. I'm sure they can be a problem! Beautiful horse! Hope your week is off to a great start, Arija!

    Sylvia

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  4. Dear Aria, this is so beautiful series of photos. All these creatures are lovely on their own way. I can see kangaroos only in our little zoo. I enjoy this little trip into your world completely different than mine.

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  5. Arija...what a gorgeous place you have and oh my your critters are so awesome!!! Poor little lamb may lose it's way...and your horse and the cows, and the roos, all such a wonder to me over here~

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  6. Hello Arija, I love all your critters. Even the kangaroo. The lamb is a cutie and I love Sparky. Wonderful photos from your photos.

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  7. Oh my! These are so great shots, I love a lot some other life (except human) being captured on photos. That laughing horse is my favorite :)

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  8. Great photos. In the last one still has a bird flying over the animals.

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  9. Hi Arija...So strange for me to think of a Kangaroo running about...lol
    I love seeing places that others call home...thanks for sharing these nice photo's!!
    Grace

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  10. The sheepish look of the little lamb standing on the road is so adorable. From a distance it looks like it is wearing black boots. Fence chewing must be a nuisance and dangerous to the animals that could get hurt when gotten loose. But if only we all could live freely together without such boundaries. :)

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  11. Quite a variety there. Great shots.

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  12. What a great variety of animals you have around your place. I enjoyed the photography.

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  13. Fun post! Loved your images and of course, your words!!

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  14. I didn't realize kangaroos were so destructive!

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  15. The Kangaroo is special for one who lives in Aussie land, it is beautiful.

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  16. How do they destroy the fences? I am glad they don't get rid of the blind sheep...I do love your posts...

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  17. Funny seeing kangaroos and sheep all running around! I had a pony called Sparky growing up as well!

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  18. Nice ag landscape. How do the kangaroos break fences, just by jumping into them? And if a fence is "roo proof", are they able to get under/over? Here most critters jump a fence easily, except for pronghorn antelope which sometimes die by the hundreds in winter migration when stopped by a fence.

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  19. Sparky looks like an appaloosa. How'd they end up over there!

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  20. Oh dear, I'm sorry the kangaroos have destroyed your fencing... But I would so love to see one roaming free in the countryside!

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  21. I love your world, your place particularly!

    No need to travel far to enjoy the beauty of these critters!

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  22. Love seeing all the critters Arija. Is that Appaloosa yours? My favorite! Love the Roo.
    B.

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