Find a cozy spot 2 yards from the highway, build a nest and…


…sit on your eggs for 35 to 36 days. Believe we are on Day 2 or 3.  (As to Mother Goose, she’s still workin’ it.) DK Photos taken @ Weed Avenue / Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT during the mornings of April 26 & April 27th, 2021.

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  1. Aww so pretty! 😍😍

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  2. Each on nature’s timeline

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  3. Clearly, there’s a major ‘awww babies’ in my future..

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  4. looking forward to a happy beginning in about 30 days…

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  5. What a divine photo — probably not a divine location though!

    And on that note… it struck me that one of the beautiful things about your photos (and there are many) is the silence every image evokes simply because the highway/ambient noise is not a visible/audible component of each one.
    Sort of like life — when we pause and sink down into the silence within, we eliminate all the noise and clatter outside. In that place of sanctuary, we really do fall with grace into that place of 4 natural sanctuaries.

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  6. What a lovely tableau, pal. And I love what Louise said. Your photos really are a welcome respite…

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  7. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:

    The ‘nesting’ process!! … “(As to Mother Goose, she’s still workin’ it.) DK Photos taken @ Weed Avenue / Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT during the mornings of April 26 & April 27th, 2021.”

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  8. These urban birds have adjusted well.

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  9. There is such resilience and commitment in nature. It teaches me so much 🙏🏻

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  10. First off – how cool that Mother Goose is within view of your camera and thus, within our view. Louise said it. Your photos truly do bring such a lovely sense of peace, David. I love this and know you will keep us posted on this.

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  11. Thanks for this capture and the goose update!

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  12. Wow! How exquisitely gorgeous! How did you ever find her if so near the highway? Yes, thank you for bringing us into this world. And, yes, you bring us silence and serenity even if a road coexists with all of these mothers.

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  13. Swan Lake! 😁

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