Cuteness

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    Stephen Noble

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    Fantastic photo!
     
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    What a great shot! Very cute indeed :)
     
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    Beautiful bird, awesome shot! snjumpingwithhearts.gif
     
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    I got stopped saturday by the coors plant ,it is a big geese and duck crossing and there must have been a couple hundred of them crossing the road with all sizes of babies with them .There is water on both sides of the road and guessing it looks greener on the other side .They seem to do this all the time
     
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    Sweet picture .
     
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    j.w I Love my Goldies

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    Love those cute babies!
     
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