Friday, April 6, 2012

Turning Away...

I find geese to be extremely friendly.
I think it's because they always believe you are going to feed them.
These guys wonder around a shopping village in
Smithville, New Jersey.
This one was extremely interested in me!!

This next one, not so much.
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He turned away each time I held up the camera,
he was not interested in a photo session.

Then I realized he was trying to show me his "heart"
He knew I would love it!!

Please stop by and experience the love!!

ps...I hope no one misses the black heart on his back!!


16 comments:

  1. oh, I see the heart! beautiful...

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  2. I saw the hart to. I am always a little scared of this huge birds.
    Have a great Easter Deb

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  3. WHAT A HOOT!!! Gives a whole new perspective to the shaking of tail feathers!!

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  4. That is cute. His heart huh? Is that what you call it?
    we will just leave it at that.
    Happy Good friday to you.
    ANA

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  5. Oh wow! That's a great heart!

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  6. Another little bit of serendipity. But I think some people missed the heart by trying to make one out of tail feathers. lol

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  7. Debbie that is too cute. I spotted his heart - eventually :))

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  8. Gotta be honest, geese scare me a bit. How could you not love one with a heart though?

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  9. Ah, wearing his heart on his sleeve.

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  10. How cute is that? Animals are something aren't they?

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  11. He was trying to tell you "I love you". How cute!

    xo,
    Danielle

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  12. Great heart!

    On a side note we are heading to the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival May 5th. I'm not sure if you have been to it before. It's my first time, but the rest of my family has been there and loved it. I thought it would be something you might enjoy.

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  13. Oh how cute. A great shot is being at the right place at the right time. And Ms. Goose timed it perfectly. Happy Easter.

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