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Surprisingly, it didn’t really pay off for her… :)
Taken early morning, Budgewoi Lake, Gorokan, NSW, Aus.
All images captured ‘handheld’ – unless otherwise stated.
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lol l would’nt like her chances l think the tables could be turned quite easily there with a dog leaving water quickly with pelican attached to its tail :-)Cute shot Donna
haha! Now that would’ve made for an interesting pic…! Her owner threw bread to draw the birds over and then she would chase off the pelicans – well, the owner said it was the pelicans she was scaring off. A few ducks and seagulls near rubbished themselves a few times, too! lol. ~ Thank you very much, Trudi! :D I thought I’d start the day off a bit lighthearted. :) xxx
– Donna Keevers Driver
They have their eyes on her!
haha! Funny you should say that. I was just looking at one of my photos from this morning, of a pelican standing with its wings out wide and the caption that suited was “What dog…?!” ;) ~ I hope you have a fabulous week, Michael. Thank you for the comment. xxxx
hope you told her owner to get it on a lead?
He’d just let her off, actually…
Very funny! I had a Labrador when I was a kid, he’d chase puffer fish with his head under water!
;D Glad you think so, Jordan! :D Did he ever catch one? xxx
No…he never caught one….but his determination was something to behold!
I gotta admire him for that! :D xxx
Great shot Donna.x Myra
:D Thank you!!! xoxox
4 gulls, 2 pelicans, 1 dog and… whta is that bird behind?nice capture sweet woman ;)
The duck in the middle? You’re beautiful. :) Thank you! xxxx
I couldnt work out what the hell was in the foreground, its a flee bag I loves the Pelican and his mates in the background.. all posing and looking very unimpressed. great action D. Nice work.
hahaha! I love your comment! Thank you, son!!! xoxox
Interesting image !The shore birds here usually see a dog well before it gets close and they takeoff en masse.
These ones must’ve grown used to her. :) Thank you, Trish. xxx
aww lovely shot :0)
Thank you, Angie. xxx