The butterfly counts not months, but moments, and has time enough. - Rabindranath Tagore
pretty one for wordless... Happy WW! Hoping you can visit @ my little corner.
Nice photos. Happy WW!
Very atmospheric photos. Lovely to watch nature at work. Our Springwatch programme is on at the moment on the BBC and it is a joy.
Love your geese photos! When I lived at my last home in Washington State, there used to be two geese that would lay their eggs in a little pond behind our home. I really enjoyed seeing the babies each year. Have a beautiful day! Saw you on Wordless Wednesday! xoxo Kim
Beautiful images for a WW post. The mist and lighting make the shot. Nice to see them wearing their new coats.
How adorable! Have a great vacation!
Gosh, they grew up so quickly. Mr. Sorry raised some motherless baby ducks in the bathtub of his apartment (!) just about the time we met. It's one of the reasons I love him.
Wonderful photos. Have you read Berndt Heinrich's The Geese of Beaver Bog? I think you might enjoy it. -Jean
beautiful photos Michelle, I especially love the last one, what ever you are doing I hope you enjoy and have a great time, Frances
Lovely pictures. We have geese on lakes near us. I was watching a group with babies grazing on the grass. Always at least one adult alert and on guard. Fascinating to watch!
Those 'little' ones don't look so little anymore. I've been monitoring the progress of some baby robins in a nest in one of my trees, when mama robin allows me to get close. Spring certainly is full of miracles, isn't it?
Beautiful! We have tons of geese here. Supposedly, they are a pest but I love them!
Babies are so much fun. My favorite picture is the last one too, I love the colors and movement. What a lovely place to be first thing in the morning!
So sweet to see. We've had lots of fog here too - and volcanic ash grounding flights!
Such beautiful tranquil photos. I love how you have captured the light.
@Pretty Life Online I am so glad you liked it! Thanks for visiting.
@Ken I only got the mist because we had some cooler than normal mornings. Thanks for visiting.
@Janet Nature is so wonderful to watch...I never get enough.
@Bluebirds and Butterflies I enjoy watching them so much. Every time I see them I count the babies as if to keep count...hoping that they are all well. Thanks for visiting!
@gardenwalkgardentalk.com Yes, they are almost the size of the parents. It was such a pleasure to see them grow.
@HolleyGarden Thanks...I did have a restful time.
@Kelly (The Sorry Gardener) Aw-w...that is so sweet! I can see how that would endear you to him. Thanks for visiting.
@jeansgarden No, Jean, I have not. Thank you for suggesting it. I will check it out.
@Island Threads Thank you, Frances. I had a restful time...needed it.
@easygardener If I lived in one of the houses near the lake, I would never get anything done because I would constantly be watching or checking up on them.
@Debbie/GardenofPossibilities Haven't they grown? I love being a part of all of this...watching, helping when I can, and savoring...
@Casa Mariposa We don't have enough at the lake for them to be a pest. I hope it never gets to that point, because I would miss them.
@Malinda The babies are always such a draw...so innocent and adorable. Thanks for stopping by.
@Mrs Bok - The Bok Flock I hope your volcano has settled down a bit. Thanks for visiting.
@Byddi - We didn't come here for the grass... Thank you for your nice compliment. And thanks for visiting.
@Kalipso Thanks! And thank you for visiting.
'I see trees of green, red roses, tooI see 'em bloom for me and for youAnd I think to myself, what a wonderful world' --What a Wonderful WorldThank you for visiting The Sage Butterfly blog. I enjoy reading your charming reflections very much. Have a great day!
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