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You Just Never know What's Behind a Baton Rouge Home!

8335 Summa, Bluebonnet area, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

On my morning jog, I was greeted by this tranquil scene.  A family of ducks decided to stop by a pond for breadfast in their soujorn South for the winter.  Luckily I had my phone and snapped a quick shot.  I was reminded of how many beautiful things in life we miss because we are in too much of hurry to slow down.

As I paused to watch their fellowship I noticed one of the local natives (the white fellow) had made friends and joined in the fun.  He must have come from a nearby pond when he heard all the gleeful squaking and quacks as his new found friends

Next week they will be gone and it will be just another dreary moss laden pond sitting beside a subdivision of Baton Rouge homes.  But for this day it is was a noisy, fun, mealplace for this friendly flock of new found friends.

Near Mall of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, LouisianaSumma Avenue, near Essen/Bluebonnet, Baton Rouge, LA

 

 

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Comment balloon 3 commentsAnn Dail • December 09 2010 06:04PM

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Thanks for sharing the pictures. It is a nice thought to end the day.- Dinah Lee Griffey

Posted by Dinah Lee Griffey, Managing Broker Windermere Peninsula Properties (Windermere Peninsula Properties) almost 9 years ago

Cute Ann!

There are so many wonders around us. Glad you recognized one!

Posted by Michele Miller ~ REALTOR®, LMC, HSE, CHS, SRES, CMRS, 'Helping You Make the Best Move" (ERA Key Realty~Worcester County Realty Group) almost 9 years ago

Nice shots Ann.  A nice reminder to stop and smell the roses.

Mike

Posted by Team Honeycutt (Allen Tate) almost 9 years ago

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