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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ Boing!


Boing!
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Wordless Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday Bloggers

Rurality Blog Hop

14 comments:

Cindy D. said...

Speed Goats! I love em!

Ian Holland said...

That's one animal that I wish we had here. Unfortunately we have to drive 6 hours south to get into antelope country. Great shot!

gtyyup said...

Another shot is on my photo blog:
http://jksphotographyblog.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/february-12-photo-a-day-43/

A Quiet Corner said...

Holy moose~poops! You have those where you live? I never realized antelope were so plentiful!...:)JP

Shirley said...

These look like a bunch of yearlings and their mammas. Love it when they boing!

Tracey from ⓽ said...

Haha! Great title. I can imagine that is what they would sound like if they made a noise when they hop/jump/ran!

Jill said...

Great photo! We spot a lot of antelope when we drive thru Wyoming. Happy WW :)

~ Jill

http://www.frugalplus.com/2013/02/wordless-wednesday-wlinky-memories.html

TexWisGirl said...

very, very cool!

Val said...

I like the term speed goats...made me look a second time.

I so need to see this stuff before I am ancient and too crotchety.

:)

Candy C. said...

What a great picture! They do look like they have springs on their feet when they hop like that! :)

Carol L McKenna said...

Wonderful shots !

Carol of (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

mail4rosey said...

Well this was a fun shot to find! I like your background too, for your blog...it's neat how it stays visible even while scrolling down.

I'm visiting from the Secondary Roads WW blog hop. :)

CDH said...

I wish we had antelope here. Apparently they were here at one time. Transplanted. They are so cool looking.

Madge Bloom said...

I've seen them 'hop' over the fences that line the interstate in rural areas.. it is amazing... Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #2' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #3...

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