126. Seven

Herding his flock of seven (costumes and all).  Another scene from the Rennaisance Faire….




~ by Tammy on May 4, 2009.

17 Responses to “126. Seven”

  1. And they say that Australians are a weird Mob, what a fun day that must have been, great photos

  2. That is some flock! I never saw such a thing before!

  3. Hihi fantastic photo! How did they manage to dress the ducks…

  4. The things wizards get up to in their spare time. It’ll never cease to amaze me.

  5. Fantastic photo! I really would have been there! 🙂

    Thank you for sharing the idea about selling images based on letters 😉

  6. haha that’s great! and so totally not what I would expect to see…looks like a fun time was had by all! : )

  7. How fun!! Great shot.

  8. His herd of seven must have been waiting for you!! Fun shot.

  9. Seriously? He takes his geese to the fair? Wonderfully fun shots, Tammy….

  10. I love it that the geese have their own costumes, too – looks like a really fun event!

  11. Oh this is very funny – what a great eye!

  12. Now just how hard do you think it is to dress a duck like that? I certainly don’t want to find out! Another super image.

  13. I’ve never seen geese in costume before! The goose herd (is that what he is?) certainly looks affectionately proud of them.

  14. Fun!

  15. That is so funny. How do they ever dress those geese without getting bitten?

  16. LOL I wonder how long it takes him to get the geese dressed!
    These shots are great!

  17. Interesting photo – a mixture of old and new and geese!!! A photo op no one could pass up!

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