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This isn’t the first time I’ve noticed geese wandering and waddling in this shopping center. I wonder why they’ve been left behind? And why here in a busy shopping center with so much traffic?
I have one possible explanation – at least for this pair. Please note that I’m not a goose expert or gooseologist, but I think these are female geese.
Because they’re shopping – maybe looking for the newest spring fashion.
Black and white works for these gals. A classic choice. But I would’ve thought they might step out of their comfort zone with a pop of color, you know, spice it up a bit.
Creatures of habit I guess.
I’m with the geese – black is slimming. 😉
HAHA! Funny thing is ,I have waddled into that same store myself!
I live in the land of “corporate Goose farms,” otherwise known as sprawling office parks. And I grew up next to a golf course — Nirvana to a flock of geese, but murder on shoes.
What I find sadder than a pair left behind by the flock, is the sad honking of the single, solitary goose left all by his lonesome; the dorky bird that missed the memo.. ditched by the much cooler geese and left to wander aimlessly in his dorkitude.
Too funny! Great shots!
Apparently I’ve never really seen geese before. I didn’t realize how big they are!