Sunday, August 28, 2011

And not only that but...

  This is a gem of a sharing from GARY. . . take the time to explore and enjoy. . .esp the tour of his palazzo. . . and see what a handsome bloke he is. . . great style, facial expressions. . . well done. . .with more, for me, yet to explore.   JustinO

Sunday, August 28, 2011 12:28 AM

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G'day JustinO,
 
I was out at Old Bar Beach today hoping to get shots of kite surfers but there weren't any. However I did manage a pretty good shot of an Aussie with a similar laugh to yours. Ha ha ha ha ho ho ho ho ho, chuckle, chuckle.
 
 
Gary

6 comments:

Gary Kelly said...

Ooer! Are we talking about the same Gary Kelly here? I've gone all red. Take it easy, JustinO, you're embarrassing me.

JustinO'Shea said...

Go'onnn. . .enjoy it. . .you know you luv it. . .LOL. . .
hahahha ho ho ho...nyuk...nyuk. . .

Jim said...

Interesting fella! The Kooka that is! lol
Nice shot Gary!
Thanks for dropping by Justin. We had a great time and got swept up with it all! It's good to immerse oneself in something TOTALLY different......good to be home too.
Jim

Jim said...

Oh yeah, Spiritis does have a great pizza! We had the 'white' one. And tell Peter 'his bakery' makes a mean bread-pudding!!!

Gary Kelly said...

Thanks to Jim for leaving a comment on my Red Bubble post of the kookaburra. He says it looks like the American kingfisher. The birds are related, but the kookaburra doesn't eat fish. It dines on lizards, frogs, worms, meeces and stuff like that... as well as handouts from picnickers. And it has the most incredible and raucous laugh-like call. Ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-koo-koo-koo-koo-koo-chuckle-chuckle. The first European settlers here must've wondered what the hell it was when they sat bolt upright in their tents on the first morning. Hehe.

It's almost spring here now so they'll be busy making lots of babies.

Coop said...

Gary's got talent.