Good Morning Ducks and Geese

It was cool and damp by the morning river. Made me feel fresh, energized, optomistic. Then I made the mistake of turning on CNN for a quick moment before leaving for work and was reminded that yes I do live in Ugunistan…and there’s always another shooter out there. Wonder if more people will be killed by gunfire today in Pakistan, Somalia or the U.S.? I’m guessing the latter.

But back to the river. AND  NO MAYOR BERRY or whoever wants more paths and trails in the Bosque…NO NO NO. Or just pave the whole damn thing over, leave the ponds and it could be a water fowl SHOOTING RANGE. I sad to say it wouldn’t surprise me if that were already in the planning stages gun dolt’s mind.

So here are some nice things in the world. I cannot help myself when I see these beautiful birds and I have a camera in my hand.

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About mneset

Writer, Traveler, Director/North Fourth Art Center

Posted on September 16, 2013, in Living LIFE and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I think these are Snow Geese…however, in the case of New Mexico you should call them Rain Geese. Is there lots of water in the Rio Grande? This will make the geese and trees very happy. More pavement will not make them happy. Too much pavement will mean less Bosque and then you will have unhappy geese and ducks. Sometimes it is better to leave nature alone and admire it from the dirt, not the pavement. I have no comments about the news and guns. See, the more guns everybody has the safer we are, right? Didn’t I hear that someplace? gee, we should be really really safe.

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