54 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Geese, they could be right out of Central Park that has squads squawking like horns. Maybe they came to you for a visit. I mean they have to fly in from somewhere. I know they’re messy but are they pretty. Like high school kids who need to clean their rooms.

    Your photo of the week always evokes, provokes and inspires. πŸ™‚

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  2. Q,

    You can always tell who the ring leader is as soon as you walk in the room, and this goose is definitely large and in charge. You’ve got to be tough to lead a flock of geese, because those feathered peeps don’t play. I mean, there are certain parts of Europe where geese are used as guards. That says it all.

    I wonder if this goose was rounding up the group for dinner. Or maybe it was calling off a rumble with some swans. Wrangling up the crew for a trip to Applebee’s? Or maybe they were coming back from a party and a few of the geese had partied too heartily. The possibilities really are endless. . . .

    But one thing is for certain. You did it again. πŸ™‚


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    • B,

      That is true. A ring leader doesn’t have to say a word and toughness is definitely part of the job. I know, right? Geese Guards… cray-cray.

      I dunno. Could be any one of those scenarios. Eilene says he looks like a preacher delivering a sermon and it’s not going over very well!

      I am ever so glad I did… I was going with something else, saw this in my “Eventual WW file” and decided to go with it πŸ˜‰


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      • Geese guards. It’s a thing. And of COURSE the Europeans figured that one out. They’re light years ahead of us on some things. The other thing being beer.

        Yikes! I can’t imagine the life of a Goose Pastor. It has to be a very short lived one, because for some reason, I see the geese as wild and crazy sinners.

        Glad you did. The geese are glad too. I think . . .

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        • Of course they did! And yeah. They are light years ahead o’ y’all on beer πŸ˜‰

          It must be hell coz lookit these three parishioners, only one barely looks back at him blabbering away!

          Me too. I was afraid I had used it somewhere but no… after some serious sleuthing, I found that it was just there waiting…

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          • I was gifted some El Presidente from the Dominican a little while back. Yes, there are certain Americans who still go there! That stuff is great as per alcohol volume. As it is, I just drink twice as much American beer in order to catch up.

            Geese don’t make good parishioners. You can’t scare them with smiting or eternal damnation. They’re cold blooded gangstahs.

            It reminds me of the horoscopes I do. I looked one up yesterday and found that I had posted the same sign twice in one month. Oh well . . .

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          • I actually have had the El Presidente – in the DR – coz, ya, it’s a cheap place to get some R&R on a beach.. But I hear ya. As you know, I have a liking for the imported stuff myself even if I’ve been drinking light and easy lately.

            I don’t think they do. They’ll just run after you and attack you should you even try!

            I noticed that when I was looking to see if you had attacked, I mean, tackled, Aries yet πŸ˜‰ Some signs deserve a double-bashing. I would have thought Virgos one of ’em πŸ˜‰

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          • So good. And with a cuban hamburger and platanos, even better. Hell, by itself it’s amazing too.

            Maybe they’re Scientologists. It sounds like the kind of behavior exhibited by Tom Cruise when he’s not making one of those amazing Mission Impossible movies.

            I ain’t got anything against any signs. Signs signs, everywhere a sign . . .

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          • Mmmmm… now I’m hungry.

            Maybe! Like when he was jumping up and down on Oprah’s couch waxing poetic over the love of his life who has since left his sorry ass…

            Blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind
            Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?

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          • Cuban Hamburger- Equal parts chorizo and ground beef. Yellow onion minced. Clove of garlic minced. A shake of parika, a couple shakes of pepper. Mix it all together. And then potato straws on top when its done. Cheapie burger buns because the burger is the main event.

            And cerveza. Of course.

            Dude is fucking carazy. Hell of an actor and one of the few box office stars I pay to see because he’s that good. But mango, he is carazy. Probably why he’s so good.

            Now, you’re cooking! πŸ˜‰

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          • You are killing me here!! Now I have to go shopping… to hell with my chicken legs for supper!

            Well, that goes without saying. Of course with cerveza.

            He is carazy. And yes. There are those who diss him and so be it. I, like you, enjoy his acting abilities and crazy-ass stunts.

            Always πŸ˜‰

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          • It’s easy peasy and a great accompaniment to the suds.

            OF COURSE WITH CERVEZA. Billboard it.

            Yep. I never cared about Mission Impossible until he started doing his crazy shit. Now I can’t get enough.

            And always. πŸ™‚

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          • Oh, I know. I have made them before πŸ˜‰

            OF COURSE!

            Same. Plus, besides his carazyness, he has a certain charm when he flashes that smile of his.

            That’s all… (coz I feel that it’s part of a song…)

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  3. Dale – I like the split of color in the water – greenish left and muted right
    And of course the way the wing leads into the three to the right
    And the shadow (branch?) on the second one from the right looks like it is singling out that one – or not…

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