Wednesday, April 27

Please, please don't eat the daisies


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  1. Aaaaaaaaaw - bless - there's enough daisies there for everyone to enjoy :) It looks like a beautiful spot Sue. Where where you?

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    1. It was Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, Anna

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  2. Duck in Daffodil--love it. Love them all. Wow--you do have a beautiful spring.
    Thank you for these--much needed here in the cold and blustery!

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    1. I call that photo Daffy Duck, Sue. It's pretty cold here now, we've had one in r two sunny days but still cold.

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  3. Are Daisies poisonous to ducks then??

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    1. I doubt it, Mark, they are actually geese.

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  4. If I were you I'd kidnap one of the ducks and leave it in the garden. Ducks love to gobble snails :D

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    1. They are geese Leanan and they can be a bit fierce,

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  5. Gosh is that your lawn Sue?

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    1. Nope, Roger, it's not our lake either.

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  6. Oh, how cute! Wouldn't mind a front lawn like that either.

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    1. It was a large expanse of grass almost white with daisies, Margaret,

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  7. The cutest pictures by far this spring Sue.

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  8. WOW! Such a beautiful place to visit with a lot of daisies and wild animals!! it's so beautiful Sue!

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  9. Oh they're so cute. I think I could give up a few daisies.

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    1. There were lots of daisies, Jessica - I'll share a wider photo. In fact I don't think they were taking the daisies but the grass. It was probably them keeping the grass short that allowed so many daisies to grow

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  10. What a marvelous post, I did enjoy this especially those adorable chicks....bless, brilliant pictures!xxx

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    1. The goslings parents looked so proud!

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  11. Playing a spot of blog catch up today, can't believe I've been awol a week or more! Wasn't it worth stopping in today, what *beautiful* photographs! I'm sure there are some worthy of becoming greetings cards there!

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    1. Add that you enjoyed them, Deborah.

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  12. Hehe, I may well have seen those very same goslings sue....very cute. The nuthatches were being noisy in the woods by the church too.

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    1. I was disappointed not the see any nuthatches, Lou but the squirrels were everywhere.

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