Dizzy and Startled

On my way to the grocery a kind of cry from a duck attracts my attention. Beside the duck is a tree and up high is a tiny duckling wriggling itself out of a hole.
Suddenly it succeed and the duckling whirls through the air, to land dizzy and startled in the green grass.
Mother duck is in place with an urgent call. Five minutes later she walks proudly around in the grass with her ducklings. Mission accomplished 🙂

23 Comments on “Dizzy and Startled

    • Había un montón de tráfico cerca, así que cruzar los dedos y las piernas para su mayor suerte.
      Abrazo grande ❤

  1. It is so wonderful to see the birds with their kids. It’s a wonderful time we have now. 🙂

    • When you discover a little wonder in the middle of everyday life, remember to share it ❤ 🙂
      Thanks a lot, Isabel ❤

    • The duckling is so fluffy that it almost falls like a leaf of a tree 🙂 …and it has an amazing construction 🙂

  2. I’m so glad this story had a happy ending, Hanna! And you’ve captured the proud mama duck beautifully. 🙂

  3. Kender det godt, min knejt kravlede også op de mest mærkværdige steder da han var lille… 😀 😀 😀

    • Var du nødt til at hente ham ned igen? 🙂 Jeg har lige læst en historie om brødrene Eske og Rane Willerslev. Deres far smed dem i en våge i Øresund, da de var 6 år gamle, og konstruerede en forhindringsbane med sveddryppende udfordringer – alt sammen for at hærde dem 🙂 🙂

      • Næh han kom som regel hurtigt ned igen. 😀

        Jeg plejer altid at sige at jeg lærte at svømme den dag vores (ikke gode nok) tømmerflåde sank i Alssund – men da kunne jeg heldigvis allerede svømme… 😀

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