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Stroll along the Charles River

Cheatsheet fact of Life: Geese and rabbits are camera shy. 


On a lazy Sunday evening my husband and I strolled along the walkway along the Charles River. This part of the river runs along the Harvard University campus. This is also where the Harvard rowing team practices rowing.

There were joggers and geese to accompany us. The geese and the rabbit were camera shy. The ducks showed their butts towards me no matter at which angle I took the pics. They also communicated with each other and moved as a pack. The rabbit disappeared into the bushes, before I could take a picture.

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We also discovered a park close to the river, the John F. Kennedy park. We found a bunch of students sitting in a circle around a tree and two lovers cuddling on a bench on the other side of the park.

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The weather is becoming cold an the trees are shedding their leaves. The colourful maple leaves are indicative of the arrival of Fall.

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Since I already mentioned a lazy Sunday, this post is short and crisp 🙂


Quote for this post

“Be like a duck. Calm on the surface, but always paddling like the dickens underneath.”  – Michael Caine


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