Weekly photo challenge….Grand

Grand…definition: 1.”behavior that is impressive and ambitious in scale or scope” 2.”Large and impressive in physical size or extent.”


Riddle – “How many pigeons can fit on a pedestal bird feeder?” Answer – “We’re still trying to count. Can you help?” (Picture taken by my granddaughter, Katie.)

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12 Responses to Weekly photo challenge….Grand

  1. Tina Schell says:

    Well Al, as an animal lover (except raccoons) and a bird lover (except pigeons), I’d say too darned many!! Don’t you own a firehose?!?!?!? šŸ™‚

  2. Thanks to Katie for the great photo. I have never seen so many pigeons crowded into such a spall space.

  3. pattisj says:

    The pigeon’s version of “how many can you get into a phone booth, VW, etc.” I think you can fit a few more, I’ll send some over with your pumpkin pie.

  4. Is that a pigeon orgy? My answer to your question would be “Not too many to boot off”.

    • Al says:

      I just happen to have a pigeon dispersing device too. Her name is Bella and she is 20 pounds of pure pigeon-hating megalomania who thinks she can take on a whole flock with one canine tied behind her back.

  5. Grannymar says:

    I give up. I need more coffee.

  6. Well I spent a little time looking at it wondering what it was, and considering the need for additional coffee to awaken my eyesight, as it’s only 1.43 in the afternoon but, finally I realised that was a seagull there, and then quite a lot of seagulls, and then quite possibly, some kind of party for seagulls with catering. Clearly they are having quite a good time with not too much squabbling.

    • Al says:

      This is kind of like the fox in the hen house….a whole lot of commotion, but not many eggs getting laid (or in this case, food getting eaten).

      Sipping my coffee too…ain’t it great?

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