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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Quack Time

I know that the meaning of quack is quite negative but I use it in this post to represent the sound that a duck makes.
This is the duck that my Burritos love to feed at Tomlinson Run. They really want to take this baby home but hubby said that there is a restriction of having ducks in the city.

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Roger Owen Green said...

You've gone quackers!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Leslie: said...

Great word for this week! We have lots of ducks around here and I love taking my grandchildren to the Bird Sanctuary to visit them. They're always delighted - both the kids and the ducks! lol

Leslie
abcw team

Karen said...

Quack, I have a duck this week too.

Alexa said...

Quack! Me too. :~}

Genie said...

Great close up of this little guy. No wonder the kids love feeding him. The shot of them is precious. Your children always put a smile on my face. genie

Live2cherish said...

i have a ducky pillow pal, i wish they had the quaking sound amplifers in them too.

LeAnn ~ My Day In The Making said...

As I clicked on the picture I realized it was a duck and I thought, "Oh, Quack!" How cute. Love it!

Faye said...

No better time than "quack" time with little ones. And how fortunate that this quacker let you get close enough for some great detail.

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Miriam Stella said...

Nice blog! ;-)
I invite you to see my blog, and if you like it, you could follow me! i 'll do the same!
kisses
Miriamstella

is fashion my Passion? the MiriamStella's Blog
MY FACEBOOK FAN PAGE CLICK HERE

CameraCruise said...

Great shots!
Have a nice weekend!

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