No Parking Allowed

Obviously this doesn't apply to the napping Canadian Geese.  :)





51 comments:

  1. very cute in their overflowed roadway. :)

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  2. Oh my, the water level looks very high! The ducks and geese have more water to play in, I guess. Have a great evening and weekend ahead!

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  3. Okay, you DID make me laugh. ;))

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  4. I'm afraid if someone did park there, they would float away, Those geese are rebels. :-)

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  5. Just a stopover on our way to the next place. Too much water in so many places.

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  6. I guess it must be all right to loiter. Just don't park. :-)

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  7. Fun post for C and lovely photograph of the geese 'parked' ~

    Happy Weekend coming to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  8. That's a great image! smiles all round and I'm sure the geese don't mind getting their feet wet!

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  9. When do the rules ever apply to Canada geese? Good you're seeing the humour!

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  10. They're here, they're there, they're everywhere. So beware.

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  11. Did they really need to put a sign there? LOL

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  12. A couple of them look like they are trying to figure out how to cross the road. That is so much water....hope things improve soon! Hugs, Diane

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  13. I don't think I'd want to park there with all that water. The geese don't seem to mind though.

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  14. Perhaps they did not see the sign?!

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  15. No we won't park. Nice shot.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/06/a-big-rain-bomb.html

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  16. I guess geese can do whatever they want when it comes to water even parking!

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  17. LOL- They definitely need reading lessons! lol xo Diana

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  18. So funny....the geese seem to be parked all around.

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  19. I am certain they will make it their own as not many critters or people want to share with the messy Canada Geese:)

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  20. At least something can enjoy the overabundance of water!

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  21. This is so cute. Happy Weekend.

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  22. they did not pay attention to reading in class!

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  23. Great photo of the the flood waters!

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  24. maybe they can't read YET... LOL

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  25. Great geese photos! Like the caption. :-)

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  26. Sweet snorrers!


    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  27. I don't think anyone would be trying to park in the water that day! ha.

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  28. ... or the swollen pond, river etc. I'm a bit ducky today too.

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  29. geweldig,je mag tegenwoordig ook niks.

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  30. Are they stalled? This is home or will they move on? I love seeing them, but they are so messy.

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  31. Their engines may have flooded out and not able to move just yet...'til things dry out.
    Great capture.

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  32. Such a beautiful and funny photo :)))
    Greetings :)

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  33. What a great photo. The water is high too. We've been flooded here in Texas and still have very high lakes and rivers.
    Have a nice weekend. CM

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  34. The water seems very high.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  35. Whoopsie!! High Water!!! Hope you and your family is OK!!!
    Unbelievable what is happening in the Mid West!!! Neat picture!! Stay safe!!

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  36. Lovely capture Terri, it is certainly overflowing there isn't it. They will move on I expect.
    Enjoy your weekend x

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  37. so cute! we have geese everywhere here!

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  38. Those geese! They not only forget to migrate ... they've forgotten how to read signs!

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  39. What a cute and clever link to the letter C.

    This just made me laugh!

    Thanks for sharing this for the letter C.

    A+

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