September 3, 2016

Yesterday by the Lake


"No Feeding Ducks"
Surely this sign doesn't apply to feeding geese!


And later that same day...



20 comments:

  1. the sunset pictures are beautiful !

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  2. Delightful silhouette shapes against the sunset colours.

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  3. Hello, the ducks and geese are cute! Your sunset shots are gorgeous. Lovely colors in your sky. Thank you for linking up and sharing your critter and post. Happy Saturday, have a great weekend!

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  4. I know one shouldn't feed wild animals but what ever happened to taking children to feed the ducks. Not fair.

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  5. Your geese make me smile. Beautiful sunsets.

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  6. Nice reflection on the water of the sunset

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  7. Wow...awe inspiring sky shots!!! And having fun at the lake with the water fowl is always a great way to pass time...I loved the photos.

    I'm a bit late in getting over to visit with you this weekend...hope all is going well, and thanks for adding your blog to the linking tool at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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  8. The sunset is gorgeous! I love the colours.

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  9. Lovely photo's, especially those sunsets.

    All the best Jan

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  10. They always beg to be fed though! Love the sunset photos too! Hugs!

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  11. Love the colors of the sunset and the reflection on the lake! Your remark about the geese made me smile!

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  12. Love the combination of the geese and the sign!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Just back in Melbourne!

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  13. Hello Linda!:) Gorgeous sunset images, and as for the sign,... well that's "fowl" play!

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  14. Great pictures! I especially love the sunsets.

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  15. Beautiful sunset, and I loved the geese by the "no feeding ducks" sign.

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  16. Delightful shots, Linda, and the silhouettes are marvellous!
    Thank you for linking up with the Saturday Silhouettes meme.

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