Friday, August 3, 2012

Sharing the Outback with Animals, Trees and others..

Ray petting and feeding, the Rock Wallabies.

Wild Camels by the hundreds, roam free.

Driving along the highway a flock of emu's stood in our path.
Slowly they walked off the road as if they could hardly be bothered.
I love the Ghost Gums.
They seem to glow in the night and appear spooky.


Getting topped up with petrol at an Outback Servo.

Pub sign.

Romans 8:38-39
And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell can separate us from God’s love. No power in the sky above or in the earth below—indeed, nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus our Lord.

23 comments:

  1. Love to ser these animal pictures and the trees. We don't have those kinds here:) thanks for todays post amf god's words.

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  2. Hi Crystal,

    Amen to that verse from Romans. Isn't it great to roam among God's creatures and his wonderful artistry that surrounds us.

    Have a fab weekend. Hugs Nita

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  3. Beautiful. Makes me want to travel to Australia again :-)

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  4. I never been in your country! What a beauty in your nature. I love to see it on your blog! Thanks for sharing and have a good day ( or night) Here its 10:20 in the morning :-)

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  5. What a terrific time and tour. Those pics remind me a lot of the terrain here in our part of Texas, right down to the emu, as there are people who raise them in the area.

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  6. Dear Crystal, I so enjoy exploring Australia with you. The photographs make it all so "up close and personal" as the announcer used to say on the Olympics television coverage here in the States. Peace.

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  7. I love these pictures! You live in such a beautiful place, thanks for sharing.
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  8. You live in a magical place...and to think I get excited over turkeys. :) I did not know you had camels running around. cool.

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    1. I loved the turkeys and woodpeckers in the U.S.

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  9. Hi Crystal Mary
    How beautiful these pictures are! The wallabies, the camels, and the emus... all within reach. It's amazing!

    I also scrolled down to look at some more pictures. The Uluru Rock is indeed an experience to behold, even in pictures. I thought that this time of the year was the wintertime in Australia, how come the guys don't seem to feel cold?

    The murals are lovely, too!

    Indeed, Australia is a magical place...

    LOve
    Lidia

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    1. I love my country, but then all of us love our own. God is a wonderful job with creation.

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  10. Thank you for showing these marvelous photos, and reading those verses is just what I needed today.

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  11. Dear Crystal,

    Desejo uma semana muito abençoada,

    Abraços
    Suely

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  12. Hi Crystal,
    You live in such a gorgeous country.
    I am happy for you.
    Ray looks fantastic in the photo with the wallabie.
    I am glad he is doing fine and having a good time with you
    and his friends.
    Have a blessed trip!
    God be with you all, Crystal and Ray.
    Blessings,
    Starry.

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  13. What beautiful landscaping, I would love to feel the crisp wind of that day. Wasn't that long ago, the weather today is pretty close. But it's winter.

    -Samudaworth Tree Service

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