Paul and I went for a walk in the local Yellagonga Regional Park on the weekend. We took some photographs of some of the local wildlife. I love living walking distance from a lake and a large area of Australian bushland. We listen to the cicadas and frogs at night and in the morning the Kookaburras call. It gives us more of a desire to go on long walks. I often forget to take our camera, which has usually been a major mistake. When I do take the camera, we usually don’t see the snakes and lizards or long neck tortoises (as we didn’t this time). When I do snap some of these critters (my favourites) I will add them to the slide show of photos we have already taken here! Paul is definitely the better photographer of the two of us. A mob of kangaroos crossed our path (see slide show), it was interesting to witness how they waited for one another to cross over before setting off again.