PESO: Foggy Geese
P. J. Alling
webster26 at mindspring.com
Thu Dec 6 13:28:56 EST 2007
Actually they're illegal immigrants. They never leave.
frank theriault wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2007 8:41 AM, Jack Davis <jdavisf8 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> A lake within the city limits of Marysville, CA, is home to a variety
>> of migratory and resident ducks, geese, seagulls and whatever.
>> Yesterday was a foggy AM, and the lake being surrounded by trees, some
>> of which overhang the water, I turned on the fog lights and went to
>> take a look.
>> I was able to get a bit of tree involved in an 'orderly retreat' of
>> Comments always welcome
> It looks like at least two of those are Canada Geese - maybe all of
> them (perhaps young ones are lighter colour?).
> So, you breed them down there and send them up to Canada to crap all
> over our beaches and lawns and chase down picnickers with food?
> Thanks a bunch! <g>
> (in case you didn't already know it, I ~hate~ Canada Geese - they do
> nothing but besmirch the fine name of our great land)
> Okay, that being put aside, it's a very nice photo! Well composed - I
> really like the way the bare branches seem to mimic the curvature of
> the line of geese.
> Lovely pic!
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