Tuesday, May 12, 2009
They've Hatched!/ Watery Wednesday
Mom, pop, six kids and ...the nanny?
You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com
Posted by EG CameraGirl at 7:46 AM
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- East Gwillimbury is a rural town less than an hour north of Toronto, Canada's largest city. My family calls me CameraGirl because I take my camera with me wherever I go.
the ultimate softness, ducklings.
Even a goose family needs a babysitter at times!
awwww, how cute!
Balls of floating fluff, cute!
Oh aren't they just so sweet. My babies are growing fast--I'll have to post another picture soon.
Yeah, I came back!! MB
Look at those cute little guys bobbing along behind their Momma.
We haven't seen any babies yet in My Muskoka. thanks for highlighting them!
This family is adorable!
Dear friend, it's so nice the feeling that your post evokes in my heart, because I always find beauty and light in your posts!
I want one! How cuuuuuuute.Lovely family portrait.
Might be Uncle Fred visiting for the occasion or Grandma!!!!!!! Great shot! I have only caught this only once -- the small photo at the top of my blog shows the family I saw. . . in mine, mama is off to the side watching them swim!
I enjoyed that one very much - a composition to aim for.
Aren't they adorable? I love all babies I guess, but fuzzy ones are certainly among the top.
It's the stalking surrogate mother!
Well... it could be a Stephen King picture... :D
so sweet--love the nanny
AWWW! Adorable to say the least! Sooo cuuute
Not so sure about the nanny... ;-) Cute, aren't they?
So cute! I'm not sure but Mama might want to watch that goose coming up from behind!
She might want a couple of gooslings for her own!
Oh my - sooooo cute! And they are so organized those little chickens - always follow their mama! :)
Ha Ha, that's a good one. I love it.
A beautiful view of this geese family! Are they Canadian geese or Canada Geese? Great shot! Thanks for showing and also for your visit.
Fantastic photo, so cute.
I love it.
Gunilla in Sweden
Great capture, I love this pic of the family of geese.
Regina In Pictures
What a lovely photo. First time I have seen ducklings with a nanny....
The goslings are adorable, and the commentary cracked me up.
Good thing you cleared that up, I was asking who's the one tailing them.
Lovely lovely capture.
aren't they cute tha small ducklings. We are not so fond of the grownups though as we have lots and lots of them
You should've heard me! My daughter came over to see what I was aaaaahing about! Adorable. Perfect.
Thank you! This was a real pick-me-up!
Lunch for my Tiger.
Nice one, well spotted.
Aw, such sweeties!
What a wonderful watery family of feathered friends.
What a great family portrait.
Good commentary :)
They are extremely cute (incl the nanny)
that was cute, i love seeing them strolling around with nanny. hehehe
Wow, so loveable and cute! Great shot!
i love the ducklings and their yellow color feathers. so beautiful
awesome view of a goose family and the nanny around them. how sweet they are swimming around with their cute little babies. ",)
Lovely capture.... love all the signs of new life spring brings with it. Smiles Barbara
Hi EG, We're home--after a wonderful trip. I'm enjoying catching up with your blog posts. Love that picture of the litte babies. How special!!!
Hope you had a good week last week.
wow. your pics never really fail to impress me. sooooo cute.
Cute:D We saw a family of fourteen goslings last year!
oh, what an adorable family! the other one is the grandmother.:D
I saw a family of geese down at the lake, recently ...there was an extra one tagging long with that groups as well. Perhaps your 'nanny' thought has merit :-)
No, that's Auntie...:)
Great family portrait.
How adorable! I'm surprised the Mama and Papa let another goose so close to the goslings. My geese are constantly shooing their last year's goslings away. They don't let them within 2 acres!
Oh that's adorable! :-)
a lovely famliy potrait. I too have been spending alot of time at the beach watching the new little goslings.
So very sweet!
I hope they all survive and thrive!
Hugs and blessings,
They're gorgeous! What a heart-melting image.
They are just adorable. A great photo. We've not quite yet got hatchlings here but it won't be long now.
Yes they're Canada geese. ;-)
Oh. WOWOWOW! This one is my favorite today. What a cute family! :)
What a joyous site to see that little family.
AWESOME picture! Like a professional poster or postcard or art to hang on the wall. I've enjoyed looking through your blog pics. I'm new to CDP; I started EAGAN daily photo. Greetings from the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
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