Photo of the Week: Week 24

This week, I spent a lot of time watching baby ducklings. I did try to get all eight in one photo, but the most I could manage was five. They look so fluffy and cute.

Week 24

59 thoughts on “Photo of the Week: Week 24

      • I agree. And you know, the Canadian geese around here are much bigger than mallards, and both mama and papa geese actually attack humans if they get too close. Yikes! (They also hiss)

          • Really! ? Wow, yeah, I would try to stay away from all mother types, like bears, squirrels, swans…

            And hey, just in case you don’t know: white geese (with orange bills) are mean even if they’re not a parent! At least, that’s what the goose by the pond used to be like, he’d chase cars driving past his turf!

            Nice chatting, Al!

    • Thanks John πŸ™‚ This has been my most popular photo across all mediums. Well, except Google+, but everyone ignores me on there πŸ˜›

      • I see your postings on Google+, but I am so overwhelmed trying to keep up with e-mail, the blog, Twitter, etc., that I think I would have to throw myself off a (white) cliff if I attempted to follow another arena! I Tweeted your ducklings post.

        • Thank you, I appreciate that. I don’t mind you not following me on there. I generally just use it to share things.

  1. This has to be one of my all-time favorites! Not sure if you have noticed yet but you are on Awakenings and catnip! Sure hope it’s okay that I β€˜snatched’ your pics πŸ™‚ LOVE all your photos! I’ve got to get back into catnip and visiting. Visitors are at rock bottom! 😦

    • I had noticed thank you πŸ™‚

      You are not the only one with that at the moment. Mine are far lower than normal, but I put that down to not being able to visit as much as I normally can. Someone else has occasionally not been able to get into double figures

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    • Thank you πŸ™‚ They were wonderful to watch. It’s amazing that they can stop anybody in their tracks and cause a conversation

    • Thanks Ute. They were gorgeous little things, and trying to get them where there was no rubbish was quite difficult

  3. how beautiful! We have not had any babies around here this year – which is sad, we usually have lots of little ones, but I guess the hacks and cats got to them first. So your picture was perfect! Hugs!

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