near miss


enjoying freedom

wallaby watching nearby

a close encounter

Charlie loves to get up to Bendigo where we escape from Melbourne’s pace . This track is in the protected area that was once a thriving Goldfield in the 1860’s. Within 200 metres of this track is evidence of shafts, water channels and mullock heaps. We often come across prospectors with detectors hoping for a find. On this particular day last Spring Charlie was off lead taking her time to connect with nature, usually checking out scents. Little did she know that a short distance away was a Black Wallaby in the shadows peering intently at her. The wallaby took off just as I grabbed Charlie’s collar thankfully not dropping the camera. Luck all round that day. We are not anxious to find out what Charlie’s hunting skills are however Afghan Hounds have a genetic imprint to chase down running animals and ……………………………….



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