Wednesday, May 27, 2009

hop on board, the pet parade...

Ok, not exactly my personal pets but don't all wildlife deserve to be our pets?














A remnant, but still my pet...













*Pet Parade is co-hosted by Planet M Files and Red or Gray depends on the day. Thanks ladies!

16 comments:

Suvarna said...

Wow, a bakers dozen! Great shot, hope your week is going well.

Gayle said...

The goslings and their parents are so sweet! Ah, poor crab. Was it you and your daughter that left flowers for it?!

Thank you for joining the Pet Parade!

margie said...

these are terrific!!! those poor crustaceans! one false move and they are in danger of crushing from above. the baby geese, adorable. takes a devoted mama to look after a dozen.

Kamana said...

lovely first picture. goslings and ducklings are just too cute

Christina said...

Oh look at mama and her babies!

Wanda said...

They do if we are being good stewards. Love the little things.

Lisa said...

Whoa...that's a lot of babies! I don't think I could handle that job!

-Lisa :)

hellosweetworld said...

Cute ducklings....and interesting last photo. But i like it!

TheChicGeek said...

Beautiful! Appreciating nature is the most soul soothing exercise we can do in life :)
Enjoy and Thank You!

DesignTies said...

Wow, that's a lot of baby geese!!

I really like the colours and composition of the second picture. It's really an intriguing shot.

Kelly @ DesignTies

vchelle said...

beautiful, beautiful photos!

Puna said...

Love the tranquility. I'm not sure that ducks like to be "kept" but they can sure be loved from afar.

elk said...

these are adorable babes ~such a sweet addition to the parade...I hope all is well...
blessings
...
elk

Toni said...

I think you're allowed to consider the geese - they are so cute! Who wouldn't want them as pets!?! Love capture of them, and the reflection in the water is gorgeous.

sunnymama said...

What a lote of cute babies swimming with their mama. The water looks so good! The second picture is really pretty too.

Relyn said...

I love that idea. That all of nature are our pets and should be cherished.