Saturday, March 14, 2015

Saturday Critters ~ 65 ~

On our way to Cape May, last month, 
you may remember we stopped in Smithville for lunch.
hehehe...
well of course you don't remember that, but I am reminding you.

There we encountered quite the traffic jam,

 that I haven't had the chance to share with all of you.

 White Fronted Geese...

they move kinda' slow...

 making them easy to photograph!!

 They were beautiful...

 friendly...

 and I'm pretty sure this one's eating for "many"!
I'll be sure and check back, to see what develops!

Sharing my images from February 28, 2015  with  
for Saturday Critters stop by and consider joining in,
any ole' critter will do!

26 comments:

  1. Wonderful sunshine and these geese images are all fantastic. Hope your weekend goes well.

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  2. Oh I must pretend to remember all these, as a blogging friend.

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  3. Oh I must pretend to remember all these, as a blogging friend.

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  4. Well, it's pretty obvious who the bosses in that community are. :))

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  5. Hi Debbie! I have never seen the White Fronted Geese (Only in photos). Really nice shots you took of them! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. They are beautiful. Mother doesn't create anything less than beautiful...especially if it wear feathers. Just saying.

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  7. so, gotta ask, did you 'honk' at them to move it along? ;) so cute.

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  8. I haven't seen geese like that in a while. We get a lot of Canada geese around here. They're beautiful, but they do make a mess.

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  9. Now that is what I call a perfect traffic to be caught by, and so perfect to pull over and bring out your trusty camera! Wow. You did good Debbie!

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  10. I would like getting into a traffic jam just 'cause those pretty geese were at the bottom of it. That was quite a number of them.

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  11. What a great photo opportunity, and great photos. Love the close up. I also would not have minded being held up by a gaggle of geese.

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  12. blessings....
    Oh what lovely photographs, i enjoyed them
    thank you for sharing.

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  13. How sweet! Great shots, too. They were very kind to slow to a stroll so you could get a few snaps! :)

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  14. Beautiful captures! They're out enjoying a leisurely stroll.

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  15. Yes they are beautiful, strolling like not a care in the world.

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    1. hehehe, yes, funny, that's what i wrote today!!

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  16. Yeah, they are slow. We have them on the lake at our subdivision and sometimes they block the main road, and the Canada Geese join them. Today I rolled down the window and spoke loudly to them so they wouldn't move in front of my car. Sometimes we just have to stop and wait for them to mosey out of the way.

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  17. LOL! They don't look to be in any hurry, do they?

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  18. Great shots of a beautiful traffic jam! For some reason the photo with "friendly" under it reminds me of the Aflac duck! In any case, pretty awesome captures!

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  19. I like the chocolatey tint on their feathers. They are so beautiful.

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  20. Hello Debbie ! I am sorry I am late visiting your post! I love these cute geese. Awesome sighting and photos! Thank you so much for linking up to my critter party! Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  21. Those geese are beautiful! I had never seen them before your pictures! Thanks for sharing! :)

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