Monday, June 7, 2010

Ducks and a flower.

If there is anything that you've probably seen before, it's a duck. Just sit and look in any direction and you'll probably see a flower. The relationship between flowers and ducks is not complicated. The pair do not interact in a mutually pleasing or satisfying way. There is no dislike either however. They co-exist.

As I was observing ducks and flowers today, I was suddenly struck- by a flying insect with bad eyesight. You probably don't really care though. Admit it.

On the happenstance that you are wondering right at this very moment what a duck or a flower look like you can either look out your window or glance down just a little bit.




5 comments:

  1. Great pictures, Roberto - I, too, have been attacked by careless insects. I hate it that they do not know how to drive!

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  2. Thank you for the early morning view of the duck and flower. :)

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  3. In the 12th and early 13th centuries, after almost all bees had been collected for the infamous Bee Tax imposed by Crispin the Cross-Eyed, ducks were actually pressed into service to pollinate flowers. In the resulting confusion, Rheims fell to Agatha of Hungary, and ghoulash became the standard currency. But then, I'm sure you knew all that.

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  4. LMAO at Fireblossom's comment!

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  5. The picture is so striking that it's as if the duck is right in front of me. Beauty.

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