EVERYTHING IS DUCKY HERE IN GREEN BAY

Posted: August 15, 2016 in Deserted, Ducks, Green Bay, Photography, Sunrise
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The Festival of Tall Ships was here and, as I mentioned earlier, I was most interested in capturing the scene prior to mobs of people showing up. On Saturday morning, I arrived early, but after sunrise,  and the brightly lit ships didn’t work for me. The next day, I was in place before the sun got there and was far more pleased with my captures.

The Giant Rubber Ducky was a part of the festival.

Sunrise over the Fox.  When’s the last time you saw a photograph that included a sunrise, paper mill, Spanish galleon, and giant rubber ducky?

Eat your heart out, National Geographic.

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More duckishness:

And finally, just a little Tiananmen Square vibe here:

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Comments
  1. David says:

    Aren’t you glad you dragged yourself out there at 0’dark thirty?

  2. sedge808 says:

    both surreal and sweet.

  3. Lignum Draco says:

    Rubber Ducky
    You’re the one
    You make bath time
    Lots of fun!
    Rubber Ducky
    I’m awfully fond of you!

    Rubber Ducky
    Joy of joys
    When I squeeze you, you make noise
    Rubber Ducky
    You’re my very best friend
    It’s true.

    Great series. That duck does get around. He was in Sydney a few years ago.

    • I am totally losing my edge that I did not even THINK of that song…and now it is firmly lodged in my head. Several years ago, I had a class that would burst into song given half a chance. (Don’t ask–they were 14 and exuberant.) “Rubber Ducky” was a real fan fave…they LOVED to sing that one.

  4. Early morning – always the best time….
    Great series.

    David.

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