Thursday, December 31, 2009

Seeds of the day

Happy New Year and Happy Sky Watch Friday. Click {the text} to follow the link to hundreds of bloggers all over the world sharing a peek into the skies at their place. Changed to new blogger and can't get the link option to work on pictures - can anyone help with a solution?

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant." Robert Louis Stevenson

While out searching for a pretty sunset for New Year's I passed lots of wildlife including this very big kangaroo. He was a big boy possibly 6ft and pretty comfortable watching over the view

including his little family who where just a little bit skittish.
 
 Have a great weekend.

30 comments:

Bettyann said...

Happy New Year to you...Hope all your wishes come true..

Rajesh said...

Beautiful snaps.
Wish you Happy & Prosperous New Year.

hetty said...

Happy New Year! Nice sky photo, but the kangaroos intrigued me. I don't think I have ever seen a kangaroo in the wild. How wonderful to have an opportunity like that!

Coffeedoff said...

Great photos, loved the Kangaroos, Happy New Year!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mandy: What a neat sky photo near the tree. Those kangaroos are so cool. I hope you had a great New Years celebration.

eileeninmd said...

How cool, it is just awesome that you can see these cool critters running wild. Wonderful photos.

I wish you all the best in 2010, Happy New Years.

Carol said...

A beautiful sky shot...and the kangaroo shots are great! Happy New Year!

Titania said...

Hi Mandy, beautiful skies and love the roos. A very happy New Year to you. T.

Eaglesbrother said...

Nice skies..and such Big Roo's.

Have a Great New Year.

Photo Cache said...

I love the image and I love the quote even more. I think I'll take that as my mantra for the coming year.

Have a healthy, wealthy, and peaceful 2010.

Regina said...

Great skies!
Happy New Year!

All the best.

Regina

The Good Life in Virginia said...

look at the roos...so cute. there sure is an awful lot of them in that field.
wishing you a healthy and prosperous new year.

Linnea W said...

So many kangaroos! I guess they're enjoying the skies too! Lovely shot of the massive tree and brilliant sky. All the best to you in 2010~

eden said...

Great shots. Love the views so much.

Happy New Year!

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Maria said...

Happy New Year Mandy! Love the kangarooooooos!!!

Lorac said...

Very pretty sky and very amusing family! Happy New Year!

Japa said...

A wonderfully interesting photo, great for celebration of a happy new year.

Rob Inukshuk said...

Oh how wonderful to be able to see wild Kangaroos and interesting that they are so close to town! Wonderful shots.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year!

Lori said...

Happy New Year Mandy!!! i hope this year is filled with happiness and joy for you:)

B SQUARED said...

I can't help but smile whenever I see a "Roo."

Trish said...

Happy New Year! What incredible pics of the kangaroo & family! Found your blog via Dana and so glad I did. Hope this is a wonderful year for you.
~Trish

Susan said...

Wow! That's a sight I've never seen...fabulous! Happy New Year

Karine said...

Happy New Year, I hope 2010 brings you nothing but the best :o) Your Skywatch is amazing, I never knew Kangaroos hung out in huge packs like that!

Rebecca said...

wow, I get excited when deer show up in my yard. I can't imagine looking out my window to kangaroos :) thank you for capturing and sharing them

Dave Ingram said...

Great photograph - love the balance between sky and tree in your first image. Nicely done!

Cheers,

<a href="http://daveingram.ca>Dave</a>

Bacolod and BeyondJourney said...

wow, it's beautiful, thanks for sharing the footprints. May your wish come true.
Happy new year!

Sue McGettigan said...

Happy New Year Mandy! Great photos, love the 'roos :)

theoldboathouse said...

Wow great pics. Nature and civilisation in harmony for a change. Happy New Year, cheers Katherine

Steve Borichevsky said...

Happy New Year! You picked a great time to be in Australia. We're getting snow this weekend.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Lovely. Absolutely lovely!