Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Growing Goslings - Wordless Wednesday







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33 comments:

  1. At first, I thought they were on a walk. Then I noticed the goslings lying down.

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  2. wow what a family. the babies are so cute!

    happy WW dear, hope you can take a peek at my entry here Darkness- I Hate It

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  3. they are so precious. I love how they just lay dowen like kids when they have had enough walking....make me get up!!

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  4. Oh this is just adorable. The second-to-last picture is great! I love the plump little bodies on those long skinny legs. Great pictures!

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  5. Oh, my goodness, they're so soft and fluffy! So cute!!!

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  6. So cute!! I love it when they're at this "teenager" kind of stage -- still fluffy, and with those gangly legs!

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  7. Goslings in a pause mode... great captures.

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  8. They are so cute! Thanks for the lovely pictures.

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  9. Great photography. And don't the goslings grow quickly? I have raised laying hens from chicks, and they add feathers practically from day one, growing them almost as you watch.

    -ps thanks for checking out the post about morning glory plants at my house!

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  10. They are precious! Great photos! You are so fortunate to have them around. I found one lone gosling walking in my back garden last spring. It made me sad because I never saw the parents and thought for sure it wouldn't survive.

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  11. Gossie was a gosling.
    A small yellow gosling who liked to wear red boots.
    Every day.

    That's all I can think of once I saw your post! It's part of a book we have that we read...very.frequently. :) Yours are much cuter!

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  12. Ahhhh so cute!!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Beautiful. Who knew their legs were so long?!

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  14. @smallspaceschoolhouse They has actually stopped there to rest and feed. I am just glad they allowed me to get close enough to photograph them.

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  15. @Aerie-el Aren't they? The babies are so adorable.

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  16. @Donna I know :)...they are at that adolescent stage!

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  17. You take very nice picturs! The goslings are adorable and their parents look really, really handsome.

    Sky

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  18. @texas_sweetie Aren't they cute? I am so glad you could stop by.

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  19. @Bumble Lush (A Garden Blog) They start to get kinda' gangly at this age...but still cute.

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  20. @thecatinthetree I wish I could touch them, but I don't think mom or dad would let me.

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  21. @Jo Soon...they will be able to go out on their own...can't believe it.

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  22. @Indrani When they decide to rest, they do....glad you liked it.

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  23. @Masha I loved taking them. Thanks for visiting.

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  24. @linniew They do grow quickly. It seems like just a few weeks ago they were these tiny little fluffballs. And now, it won't be long before they will be off on their own.

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  25. @Hanni That is so nice. I never get tired of seeing them.

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  26. @Ginger I am so glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for visiting.

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  27. @HeeWho They really are at the awkward age, aren't they?

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  28. @joene Aren't they? It is such a treat to watch them grow.

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  29. @aseaaranion You are so kind, but I kept snapping shots to make sure I got some good ones...since they and I were a bit nervous.

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  30. so cute! and so big already! nearly summer i suppose but it seems like spring just got here.

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