- SkyF (8073)
- [2007-05-07 7:41]
I learned something new this morning thanks to your comment and wonderful picture. I did not imagin that these albinos are not that rare. Great shot, wonderful close up with great details.
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-05-07 7:43]
How very strange to see a white, woolly wallaby! It really looks very beautiful in white! Excellent capture showing the red eye and the woolly fur. I like the way he's posing and the flower in the background adds beauty to the very nice composition.
TFS and best wishes, Ulla
- jcoowanitwong (13754)
- [2007-05-07 7:48]
This is a new species to me. Nice captured of this white hair red eyes wallaby. Beautifully composed and well seen. TFS.
- fiyo (15161)
- [2007-05-07 7:55]
Great shot Chris, very nice capture with a superb detail. Very sharp and clear.
Thanks for posting
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2007-05-07 8:33]
Preciosa imagen, curioso ejemplar, desconocía su existencia, excelente y bella composición muy bien detallada, gracias por compartirla. Saludos
- Argus (50626)
- [2007-05-07 8:47]
What an amazing feature! Albino Wallabies from where they are a common form! Until now I thought that all albino animals were very unusual.
So thanks for this fine, illustrative post showing not only the albino Wallaby sharply, but also clearly showing the thick coat of the Red-necked.
Best wishes, Ivan
- marioana (1481)
- [2007-05-07 10:35]
Wow. I must admit I've never seen one. great shot of this beautiful little guy. Nice inclusion of the flowers. Well done.
- MMM (11425)
- [2007-05-07 11:11]
Nice and interesting capture.Very sharp image with nice composition.
- Adanac (21378)
- [2007-05-07 12:52]
What a splendid capture of this lovely animal. Beautiful colors and surroundings and spot on focus, thanks for sharing chris.
- thor68 (5674)
- [2007-05-07 13:09]
wow, awesome capture, chris! :-)
what a cute albino wallaby, never seen one like this before.
excellently composed and a great note.
thanks & take care, thorsten.
- horia (16656)
- [2007-05-07 16:15]
A very rare and refreshing capture! I'm sure we don't see this on TN everyday and i must say i kind of missed marsupials :)
This is a very cute fellow that really stands out well from his envoronment :))
I thought that they (albinos) have quite a hard time surviving in the wild because of their lack of camouflage...but i see this one (and his relatives from the WS) make an exception from that rule :) I'm happy for them!
Excellent side POV and very good sharpness here!
Bravo and TFS
- Nilson (4423)
- [2007-05-07 19:27]
Um belo e fantastico animal uma cor exelente uma maravilha de foto meus parabéns.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2007-05-08 2:41]
Before your shot I thought that albino was only for rabbit... Great to discover this strange species.
The "+++" : composition, subject, pose, sharpness, green environment, exposure, instructive note...
The "-" : perhaps more space on left side...
Congratulations and TFS.
- Maite (5199)
- [2007-05-08 9:58]
Ooooh! What a lovely and beautiful creature!
I had never seen a white wallaby! what is it's size?
Excellent sharpness and colors and great composition. I like very much its pose.
Congratulations and TFS.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-05-08 12:16]
Is this some cousin of your famed kangaroos, Chris? I have seen this animal for the first time. If this is an albino, then what does the non-albino look like? I would have preferred to see the orginal one in your workshop.
This is a reasonably good shot though shooting white subjects is not an easy thing to do. Over-exposure is quite manifest on some parts, especially the top of the back.
- marmottelolo (14697)
- [2007-06-19 12:39]
c'est excellent de nous montrer cet animal albinos,ici les kangourou ou proche parents ne sont pas vraiment frequents alors en voir un albinos!heureusement que vous etes là.