Saturday, October 25, 2008

Geese!!

My Mom got these beautiful geese a couple of weeks ago. I finally made it out there with my camera and got some really gorgeous pictures of them! Enjoy... A picture is worth a thousand words...






photo above is one of the geese hissing at the dogs...



I love these white feathers around this one's beak.

The flapping of wings after warning the dogs.



This is a close up of the water droplet dropping off his beak.




There are two boys and two girls. The boys are quite a bit bigger than the girls are. They are mostly friendly, but don't like the dogs at all. Sometimes they will flap and hiss a little at people but they really don't mean it =) Pretty cool birds!

7 comments:

fit celebs said...

Hey, I love your photos..they are really nice...

Mindy said...

Thank you! I appreciate the comment =)

Jenn said...

Great pictures, I looked at the puppies too . I loved my shitzu ! Just wanted to thank you for stopping by on my BATW tour , sorry I'm getting back to you so late.

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JourneytoFamily said...

Wow... beautiful geese! And beautiful photos! Geese can be mean though. I remember once when my dad got new geese, my 10 year old stepbrother went out with me to see them. One immediately grabbed on to his you-know-what and wouldn't let go. My poor stepbrother was screaming and I was laughing. Thanks for bringing back that awesome goose memory!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

BPOTW said...

Great photos! Are the geese going to stick around or will they try to fly south?

Thanks for submitting a post again!

One Wired Woman said...

Oh how neat!! What's good for the goose is good for the gander... what does that even mean? Oh well, all I know for sure are these photos are great. :) ~Jill