Monday, May 21, 2007

Quack! Quack!

Since many bloggers are posting pictures of wildlife, I thought I'd add this little family of a slightly different species, found in the bakery department of Lund's grocery store in Highland Village. Check this site for another family of a different species.

24 comments:

  1. Hehehe ... funny. This photo makes me smile :)

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  2. Hey Kate, how humorous!
    I just love this wildlife shot, and its sister turtle one. Good take on the duck theme, which we've seen so many of lately! You're one of a kind, Kate!

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  3. Hi Kate,

    These are so fun to see and I think you might appreciate seeing something a bit like this at Dot's place today

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  4. ;o) ;o) Superbes tes canards. voila une idee grandiose. Merci pour ton email sur l'activation des commentaires, je trouve stupide ce changement


    ;O) ;O) Superb your ducks. veiled an imposing idea. Thank you for your email on activation for the comments, I find stupid this change

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  5. Hi Kate, I see you're back from Mexico. I've missed you recently.

    I love your duck family. Clever baker.

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  6. HAHAHA! Now we won't feel bad about eating them.

    Bring me some butter and jam.

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  7. very funny :)

    yummy ducks, those eyes? are they raisins? yummier then.

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  8. Where the wild things are ... in Minnesota, of course! :-)

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  9. I was really sad when you closed your photoblog of Mazatlán, the portraits you got there will be difficult to be caught in another place.

    A great hug dear Kate

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  10. What fun! I like the arrangement and the perspective you chose.

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  11. Cute and delicious! Have you seen my collage, Kate (I di it thanks to you!)? I have had to post it again this morning because I could not open it myself...Don't worry too much about the bird mother, I've often seen the same behaviour and the eggs hatched out nevertheless.

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  12. That's a nice photo and something to eat. Great combination.

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  13. Oh excellent! A duck that isn't cooked - well sort of isn't cooked. As Ming says, bring the butter and jam.

    Love the turtles too.

    Mmmmmmmmmm, I like your idea of having a spare blog to post pics you don't use but would like us to see. That's intelligent. I sometimes post too many, come to think of it. Wrap on knuckles.

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  14. This is one kind of duck I'd enjoy eating. Lovely!
    Angela

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  15. I love your (twisted ;-)) sense of humor!
    Now, where is my orange marmalade...

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  16. So cute! I picked your shot as one of my top three daily photos on my site today

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  17. Very creative idea, plus a smile on my face.

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  18. hi there, hopped over here from Isabella's blog......loved your pictures here, so thought of stopping by to tell u so :)

    Checked out other wildlife too on your other blog ...:)

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  19. Must be a happy mother; five small ones!

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  20. oh dear, its too cute to be eaten (turtle and all) ..but i bet its tasty!

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  21. There is nothing like a good home for wildlife. Nice. Sadly, no ducks on mon blog there is some data.

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  22. looks too good to eat! :)

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  23. Aww, that's great. How creative.

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  24. This is what I call a non-meat duck!
    haha....

    Lovely!

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