Sunday, January 15, 2017

Mob Scene

A few days ago, we took a day trip to 
Historic Smithville, in New Jersey
But that's another post, for another day as we visited for a very specific reason.
Getting back to my story, there is a woman who lives there,
who comes every day to feed the ducks and geese.
Every day, at 3 p.m., she parks her car in the exact same spot and unloads 
several huge buckets that are filled with corn.
Everyone was waiting for her, those that had been swimming were already out
of the water, in position, waiting for her.






A few minutes later, it's all over and everyone disperses!! 
Full bellies - happy faces!

19 comments:

  1. What a sight this is, Debbie, and bless her heart!
    Over the past couple of months, I have "adopted" 2 turkeys.
    Same times every day.
    I am sure it has nothing to do with the fact that I leave Cheerios for them. :-)
    Happy Sunday to you!
    xo.

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  2. Hello Dear Debbie!
    Ducks and geese are very beautiful.
    Manicured.
    Waiting for food? Well, because they eat at a particular time.
    Wonderful are your photos.
    Kisses and greetings from Poland.
    Lucja

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  3. Full bellies - happy faces - and great photo's!

    All the best Jan

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  4. So sweet! Your pictures always take me there with you. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Hello, I am glad the woman feeds the corn and not the bread. Wow, there are so many ducks and geese. Great closeups! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead.

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  6. Oh how breathtakingly lovely! I so enjoyed seeing your photos of them all gathered and waiting for their lady to arrive. Fun for everyone, including us. Thank you Debbie :D) xx

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  7. Don't the town father's object to all the duck and geese "refuse" left in the area?
    People around here would have a conniption fit!

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  8. LOL! That's awesome! Mob for sure!

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  9. How wonderful :-) Lovely photos of the occasion.

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  10. She's got those ducks and geese trained -- or is it the other way round?

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  11. That is a great place to get good pictures, as this post shows.

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  12. she must be a very generous person dear friend!
    doing such stuff in regular routine requires much bigger heart and patience .
    you captured these lovely moments so BEAUTIFULLY !!!
    Blessings!

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  13. I love the ducks and geese! There are three geese at the ranch and we call them Larry, Curly and Moe!

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  14. Oh goodness, what a fabulous place to visit!

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  15. Wow isn't that something, so funny how they get use to the same thing and can tell time :) We are told not to feed the ducks in our area, it stops them from migrating the way they are suppose to.

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  16. I wondered, at first, what she fed them! Too many feed them bread, which is like candy for them. There are so many!

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  17. Fantastic photo of those hungry ducks and geese. What a sweet woman to do this one! Loved it~

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