November 4, 2017

Three Ducks, a Driving Dog, and a Bird

Cute ducks on Green Grass.

This eager dog is ready to drive away as soon as his passenger shows up. 

I couldn't really tell what king of bird this is, so I cropped in on a version of the shot. Perhaps one of our Bird D'Pot friends will identify it, or someone over at Saturday Critters.


  1. A real cute collection Linda. Hope someone can ID your bird.

  2. Hello Linda, cute shot of the ducks and the dog waiting for his owner. The last bird looks like a Mockingbird. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day!

  3. Cute dog!
    As for the bird, no, I cannot think of what it might be. If it pops into my mind later, I will come back and let you know.
    Have a wonderful day!

  4. I can't tell if that last image has a black stripe [as a cuckoo] on its tail, or if that is the shadow of the branch it's perched on. Looks to have a yellow breast - or is that the lighting? Can't tell.

    You participating in linking up this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin' is appreciated...thanks!!

    ps...that driving dog is great!

    1. The lighting was golden. I couldn't see it very clearly but I don't think the bird was yellow.

  5. I used to have a dog that liked to sit on my lap and watch out the window with it's feet on the steering wheel

  6. Your photo of the dog in the driver's seat made me smile.

  7. The ducks are deep in conversation: "so what do you want to do?" "I don't know, what do you want to do?" "I asked you first."

  8. Great set of photographs ...
    My favourites are the ducks - so cute and the dog, what a wonderful expression on his face!

    All the best Jan

  9. I see you got an answer...I think the long tail helps with the id in this one. Love the dog at the cute is that!

  10. The dog photos is so funny! Can imagine, as he is up and away, when I come back, hehe :)
    Have a great new week

  11. You've shared a great series of photo images. The cute ducks are so nice and white and the dog looks so eager to travel. Enjoy your weekend.


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