Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 28

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 28

Since year 2009, Rochester is home to several 4 1/2 ‘ tall goose statues, all uniquely designed and decorated by local artists. I have to admit that I wasn’t too thrilled when I saw them the first time, but I like them now. Time, apparently, can do more than healing. Anyway, here is one…

Goose is Loose

Goose is Loose


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A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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13 Responses to Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 28

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Now this is a cool goose. You captured it well too. Thanks for adding it!! 🙂


  2. Amy says:

    Several of them… Fun status 🙂


  3. In Liverpool, England, there were several giant lamb statues, decorated like this goose. Thanks for following me. I’m now following you.


  4. Sue says:

    Green Bay used to do something similar but with butterflies. At the end of each summer, they would be auctioned off for charity. Many people now have them in their gardens. I have seen a lot of communities do this with their own themes – I think it’s cool! This summer Egg Harbor in Door County did it with eggs. 🙂


    • Helen C says:

      Sue, after reading your comment, I think those geese were auctioned off too. It used to be I could found several downtown; now I only see one. I thought they moved them to other places. I am not good at following up what’s going on here. Ha. Helen

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  5. pambrittain says:

    At least that goose can’t bite. Where’s the gander?


  6. I’ve seen this done with horses and buffalo, but never geese. Good catch, Helen.



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