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Oooooooooohhh, they're so CUTE!And your captions are simply perfect.How unutterably wonderful.
Thank you, Dive. It was such a treat to be right there as they came out of the water -- and to have my camera in hand. It was funny watching the babies clamber over the curb.
such fragile boldness,what happens to that in youngest?old, welook three times at whatscomingin imagination, takingup spacebetter used to---- but thats it- onward &if traffic roars around unexpected turnsit'll waitfor our well-agedboldness, forgetfragility
Oh, it reminds me of Make Way For Ducklings. That was the first book I ever read in life. How thrilling -- they really, truly do make their way around town, and so majestically that everyone respects their right-of-way. Lovely and most excellent photos, captions. Thank you, it brought me back to, well, a sacred place of innocence and wonder.
Anon, thank you for your "boldness" and your wonderful poem xxooAltadenhiker: Thank you for your kind words :) And glad the photos and story could bring you back to a space of innocence and wonder. Watching them did the same for me.
Your adorable feathered families made my night, Ms M. There are ducks who cross the road not far from my mum's place - I always hold my breath for them.
Thank you, Shell. Seeing these families made our day, too.Fortunately, this road is not a major thoroughfare, and most people know to keep watch for geese and ducks in the road.
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