Monday, 27 November 2017

Mundubbera, Queensland.

The morning we left Mundubbera, Queensland it was foggy - these two photos were taken from the back of the Motel.  The other two on a clear morning.

We were excited to be on our way once again.







The view out the back of the Motel


First night in Mundubbera we heard a familiar sound so walked behind the Motel and in the distance were bats!


40 comments:

  1. Beautiful foggy landscapes.
    Those bats are really huge and there are a lot of them .. urghh..
    Your previous photos from trips are fantastic, I watched them now because I'e been a little bit lazy in these weeks for visiting, at all, but I promise to improve my habit :)
    Hugs

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    1. Heaps of bats indeed.
      It's always ok to have a rest from blogging. Thank you for looking at previous posts of mine.

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    1. They are noisy, smell and dirty - if not seen before or read about them one wouldn't know.

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  3. What a difference to fog made to the landscape. Love the bats.

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    1. Fog is always interesting to me, it certainly look like another place with fog.

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  4. Beautiful foggy photos!!!

    thank you for sharing the bats hanging pics ,really interesting ,never saw such before

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    1. I'm pleased I was able to show you something you hadn't seen before Baili - they are interesting but not the best to have.

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  5. Excellent fog images, and the Bats, big ones, love them.

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  6. My goodness, those bats look big an scary. They are not fruit bats as we have?

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    1. As far as I know they are fruit bats, I looked it up on Google and same colour as fruit bats, they are larger then we think they are.

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  7. Wow - what great photos! Love the atmospheric ones at the beginning, but the bats are amazing!
    Liz

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    1. Always looks different with fog.
      Bats are indeed amazing creatures.

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  8. That's the thing about traveling, you're always excited to be moving on. Then when you get to the next place you're always glad to have finally arrived.
    I love the house in the bush.

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    1. Always wondering what the next town is like or have we been through it before - but this time we hadn't :) so makes it more exciting.
      Someones home once.

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  9. You have BATS. We have tiny little things that flick around so fast at night they look more like dragon flies.

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    1. Definitely Adam, and there were heaps more all long wide hanging in the trees.

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    1. Oh Mildred, so many bats along the trees, they were as thick as thieves :)

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  12. Those sure are big bats! The fog is pretty.

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    1. Always nice to see the fog but not so good to drive in if very thick - can recall driving home when first married from the city to the country with head out the window trying to see the way.

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  13. Big bats indeed and so many of them which kinda creeps me out, the fog I like though

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    1. So many bats Jo-Anne, unbelievable unless you see them with your own two eyes.

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  14. Me gusta la atm´sfera que crea la niebla en las fotografías.

    Besos

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    1. Always good to see fog in photos it makes you wonder what is beyond.

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  15. That area where those horrible, filthy bats are hanging would stink to the high
    heavens. Flying fox and bat colonies would have to one of the most stinking and horrible places on Earth.
    No wonder that old house is deserted.......a case of probably being STUNK out!
    Pretty thick fog.........I hope it had lifted before "Shanks" put foot to the accelerator?
    Cheers with hand to nose due to the bats! ha ha!
    Colin

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    1. Oh my Colin, I do know you don't care or even hate bats :)

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  16. I am counting down to getting some Aussie fresh air again it is so lovely to have a virtual lungful via your post, fog, bats and all!
    Wren x

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    1. Pleased you like to look to see what we see as we travelled in our winter - xox

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  17. what lovely photos as usual M. i love fog and my daughter in law loves bats. there are millions in bali, they swoop over the swimming pool at night and we saw thousands in cairns, i am not quite so enamoured

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    1. Oh my haven't heard of anyone like bats, they are intriguing though, we don't have them down here in Tasmania where we live.

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  18. What a lot of bats hanging around there - when morning mists lift, the day often turns out to be lovely as you have shown.

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