Saturday, April 3, 2010

Two Geese A-Swimming/ SOOC

Is she following him...or he following her?

I can't tell the difference between male and female geese. I bet you are thinking it's a good thing I am not a goose, right?

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16 comments:

Jarart said...

Ha! That was funny. Love the picture, very serene.

Rose said...

The thought never crossed my mind...

Jacob said...

Is a gander a goose or is a goose a gander. The female must be in the lead ... that's the nature of things.

Coy said...

LOL!

Nice shot,and they certainly are difficult to tell apart. Ganders are usually a little larger with thicker necks.

Kathy said...

The boys usually pursue the girls in any species but I know nothing about geese!

Leora said...

I'm sure you would figure it out if you were a goose. They look like they are loving the weather and scenery, too.

Paulie said...

Start singing this and find out. . . start slowly and end fast after singing several times. . .
O wat a goo Siam.

hehehe Happy Easter!

cieldequimper said...

Lol! I think it's better we don't know, otherwise we'll try and psychoanalize this! :-)
Happy Easter!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

lovely creatures and fun p0st

momgen said...

Pretty one for today. Happy SOOC Sunday.

Mine is here

sheaky.com said...

Awww thats wonderful!

Ebie said...

I always wonder about that too! But in different cultures, the woman is always behind the man.

Great colors without post production editing!

Jan said...

Love the photo, and I'm glad you're not a goose. I think these two are the same sex.

Willard said...
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Willard said...

A humorous post! I cannot tell them apart either.

Amanda said...

So calm and serene! I can't tell them apart either except when the babies are around! I am assuming they follow their mom around! :)

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