Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Wordless Wednesday #9




Geese and Goslings - click on images to enlarge.

10 comments:

Amanda said...

Cute! These pics are really crisp, where are they taken?

dawnae said...

What a great picture of a duckling...I just love watching the mama duck with her ducklings.

Karina said...

AWWW....duckies!!! I love ducks...we have some at the river area where my WW picture was taken, and I love to watch them.

Melanie said...

awwww.... sooooo cute!

elementaryhistoryteacher said...

When I was a small girl there was a lake close to our house divided by a major road that we traveled all the time. Each morning and each afternoon local traffic knew to slow down and stop to allow the ducks to cross from one side of the lake to another. It was always an exciting ride to somewhere if I was lucky enough to see the ducks crossing. Thanks for summoning up that memory for me.

tegdirb92 said...

wow--what great photos!

latt├ęgirl said...

That's a lot of gostlings! CUTENESS!

masgblog said...

and that was only one brood...there were similar bunches of other little ones and parents.

Mimi Lenox said...

Many bloggers, including WW participants, will be flying Peace Globes in the blogosphere on Wednesday, June 6, 2007. It is BlogBlast for Peace day - the second annual event. Please consider using your Wordless Wednesday platforms on this day to participate. You can find more information about the movement at Mimi Writes or BlogBlast for Peace
http://mimiwrites.blogspot.com or http://mimilenox.blogspot.com
Thanks and peace!
Mimi

~*SilverNeurotic*~ said...

There's a mall that I often go to, and in the spring there's a lot of bird/duck families around the little ponds that are situated near the mall...near traffic! Not good. A few years ago I was with my dad around the area and a family was crossing the road and I was like "DAD, STOP!"...he stopped, luckily we didn't cause an accident. Then a few weeks ago I was driving in that area and again a family crossed in front of me...but there wasn't any other traffic so I was able to stop without a problem.

I hate to think of how many babies die each year because of the traffic in that area. Really sad.