Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Geese hanging out on both sides of the fence in front of my grandson's school. You can see the geese from my first photo on the other side of the fence in the second shot. We like to wave at them as we go by.
Oh, they are quick - just the other day Hubby looked up in the sky and said to me, "look, the geese are leaving, winter is coming" ;-)
Lindos estes gansos.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Wonderful! And the way they waddle, it's like they're waving back!!
They are nice and very curious.
...ah, so few. If you'd like some more we have plenty to share.
That is cute, their waddle is like a wave back. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend ahead!
I wonder who has the job of cleaning up after them. I like 'em and think they're pretty but boy, are they messy. Let them loose for 5 minutes and you're going to have poop all over your shoes! :)
These look like the same guys who hang out on the lake on the golf course behind me in the winter months. Lately, I've seen them there all year.
I wonder if these are the ones who hang around my area in summer.
seeing these geese is a rare happening here. but I have seen two or three in the past.
Two great shots. These geese are always dear to my heart, and never cease to make me smile when I see them or hear them honking as they fly overhead.
I love to see them flying over in a group!
I haven't seen any in awhile
Canada Geese! Do they stay in this area? Maybe some of the children feed them?
I'm pretty sure they mate for life, so it's always sad when I see a lone goose, or an odd numbered group. But then, maybe they are just too young to have found their life-mates yet. We have some visit the lake here all year long.
The geese are probably thinking, there's that lady and her grandson, watch them and they'll wave at us; see now, look right at them and she'll take our picture and we'll be international stars. :)
They look well fed :)
They're pretty; I love seeing them in flight. Lowell is right, though. They do leave a mess behind.
Shouldn't they be flying off to warmer climes now Lois? Lovely to see them there though.
I do like these photographs...
All the best Jan
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