Thursday, March 27, 2008

Couplehood III

mallards in my pond

To celebrate the arrival of Spring (and all that it implies), I am continuing with the series titled "Couplehood".

Female duck: "We still have so much to do today: preening, fishing for dinner, feathering the cove for the night...
Male duck (disinterested): "I know you are talking, but all I hear is "quack, quack, quack..."

more tomorrow...

12 comments:

crittoria said...

I'm enjoying your series on couplehood! I love all the animal/bird photos!!

slinger said...

Soon, very soon, those two very ducks will call their home Minnesota.

Slinger - Daily Photos from the Twin Cities

Olivier said...

Petite discutions entre amis, on se raconte les petites histoires de la ville, tu sais x est sort avec miss y...la vie quoi
little discuss between friends, they tell the small stories of the city, you know x fate with miss y... there is the life

Nikon said...

I love the light on this shot, nice series, Isabella.

Moi said...

haha!!!!

freefalling said...

Look - she's giving him the death stare!
I almost feel sorry for him.

oldmanlincoln said...

I think wildlife have it knocked, so to speak. No anything except sex, eating, sleeping and sex. I like this post.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

Jilly said...

More falling off my chair! Well, isn't that just exact: conversation between man and woman is ever thus.

Great stuff, Isabella!

Bergson said...

the animals couple themselves, it is spring. is this similar for the human ones

Sonia said...

Nice photo Isabella!

LOL! The conversation was hilarious... and so real in the human world!

Neva said...

They are adorable!

Ming the Merciless said...

You are one funny lady.

I'm reading this backwards since I haven't visited you in awhile.

Just want to say I LOVE your couplehood series. Brilliant!