Tuesday, January 15, 2008

My Peaceable Kingdom




15 comments:

Britt-Arnhild said...

I love the title you have given this photo :-)

Inspired Tokens said...

Beautiful photo, beautiful title.

Wanda said...

Yes, Title and photo are magnificent!

Mary Timme said...

I'm in love with the Canada Goose this season. They are such a welcome sight flying over the house in flocks from the fields around to the last bits of open water and is there anything to match the cry. This is indeed a wonderful picture!

Bimbimbie said...

He/she looks very regal *!* Funny post about the computer monitor. Smiles *!*

qualcosa di bello said...

me too regarding the title...& what perfect snapshot timing :)

turquoise cro said...

zzZZZZZ I wish I could lay my head on my body like that and rest!!! tee hee Tell all those Geese HI! for me Annie!

miss*R said...

the title is just perfect for these photos! when I looked at them, I really did feel a sense of peace... life is indeed wonderful xoox
aren't we so blessed?

Naturegirl said...

I too have posted my peacemakers! I saw the story on TV about those little miracles in your last post!
It really frightens me to hear that now they are cloning cattle and selling meat in stores and we consumers will never know!! Why do humans play around with mother nature!! shaking my head NG

susanna said...

A perfect title for these photos, Annie. Btw, what is a RAK?

AnnieElf said...

RAK - Random Act of Kindness, Susanna.

Kahshe Cottager said...

Duck, duck, goose! The Canada goose has become a problem here in Toronto. They are so comfortable here they don't fly anywhere in winter or summer. They are so comfortable with people and traffic, they nest on the side of busy roads. And the amount of p**p they produce is creating a health hazard in some areas. Too much of a good thing I think.

tash said...

Lovely, birds are one of the most splendid things. You must have excellent reflexes to catch them that quickly in such lovely poses!

Julie Marie said...

So nice to see some photos from a nice, snow-less place, but not too tropical as to seem unreal.

Julie

nonizamboni said...

I just read this today and it made me think of your lovely visual post:
'I have always wondered why it feels so good to interact w/animals, why it feels comforting to know that they are waiting for us at home or that they are 'out there' in nature.' (Mac Bekoff)
thanks for sharing!