Monday, April 22, 2013

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Saturday, April 6, 2013


I live on a lake and this time of the year there is a lot of activity.   The primal urgers are very strong and the ducks, geese, and all of the creatures are choosing their life long mates.   I think the geese are very close to each other.  They do mate for life and seem to like to be huddled on the lake at nigth very closely together.  That probably is mostly for safety because in the winter when the lake is frozen, we have had a fox or other predator go out on the ice when the geese are sleeping and treat it like his favorite smorgasboard.   All that will be left the next day is a few feathers blowing in the wind and stuck in the snow or ice.   If one loses his/her partner they sit around for days at the spot and morn.   It is very sad but life goes on.  I don't know for sure if they find another mate.   I have many goose stories to tell.   You can buy this painting through Pay Pal.  Please look at my gallery for price and information.  Thanks you.   Pat Voelz