Saturday, June 6, 2009

Candian geese crossing


Be careful when driving along Cliff Road!  These Canadian geese strutted across a busy street!

21 comments:

  1. What a beautiful family! I wish all teenages were orderly and obedient like this...


    Oh, boy! Maybe not. Half of the joy of life would have gone ...

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  2. Not something I'm ever likely to see in Manila! Cute! I'm just glad none of them got hurt!

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  3. Oh, and I sure hope you didn't take this picture while driving!! ;)

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  4. Mom and kids, going to school?
    Nice momentum!

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  5. What a cool shot this is!
    I've never met Sailor Girl, maybe one of these days. :-)

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  6. What A Nice Shot !! It Says Follow Me ....:) Great Blog and Wonderful Post..

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  7. They look very traffic aware as if they had all under control. One adult at both ends of the line. Nature is wise :)

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  8. Oh my, what a gorgeous family!

    As for your questions: the amusement park in Sokolniki is a permanent one, it's open from May to September, I believe. The entrance is free but you have to pay for every ride you take.

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  9. I don't know, but I'm thinking you're a smart-ass Lutheran!

    I knew you didn't have your ducks in a row, But the, just to set me straight, you come up with your geese in a row!

    Sheesh!

    (Oh, yeah, great shot. In traffic, no less!)

    ;-))

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  10. Very cool picture! Thanks for visiting Liege City Daily Photo.

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  11. 26 Followers! You're not BIG, you're SUPER BIG!

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  12. Canada Geese are all over here, too. I haven't seen any babies in a while, though. Awesome catch!

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I hope to see you there again sometime. :)

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  13. Great picture !

    Do you have street signs indicating "Ducks Crossing", like we have in Australia ?

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  14. Traffic stoppers, they're everywhere!

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  15. I like this shot, I myself was called as a Goose sometimes. Cute one :)

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  16. I love this one,very interesting shot:)
    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  17. Thanks for your message and invitation but I work outside Paris in the suburb and I could not make it on a thursday morning.
    Have a great journey !

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