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Jul 11, 2010 15:41 |  #1

If you have any mother and child photographs. Feel free to add some here. This one is of a BIG MOM and one week old calf.


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Jul 14, 2010 16:42 |  #2

Nice shot! love these type of pics.

Here is one of mine;-

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Jul 14, 2010 18:24 |  #3

this was taken through a window. Crimson Rosella

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and this in a hurry, it was just in my paddock but they dont wait around for long. I'd say as well as the joey in her pouch the one nearby is probably her baby from a year or two earlier. Eastern Grey Kangaroos
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Jul 14, 2010 21:33 |  #4

Here's a photo I took on 6/19/10 of a Humpback mother and her calf. It was such an intimate moment and I really feel privelaged to have been there to see it. Mom is a whale named Perseid. For some reason, this calf decided it would get on top of it's mother and catch a piggy back ride. It was such an awesome sight!

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Here are a couple more shots of a Humpback named Filament and her young calf. In the second shot the calf is copying it's mother as it's learning how to feed on it's own. Another great sight! :)

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Jul 15, 2010 00:51 |  #5

Cool, somehow the pictures where the parent child relationship comes out has more impact. I am glad I wasn't carried like the lions. The cangaroo style works better :-)


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Jul 15, 2010 05:01 |  #6

# 2is a majestic pic!!!!

I like the pose and the situation you've captured :)


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Jul 15, 2010 09:32 |  #7

# 2 looks like someone is going to be put in "timeout"




  
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