This little goose gosling has had enough of the gander and wants to take to the sky. While it looks like he has a little ways to go before his wingspan will keep him aloft, we like his spirit.
This little guy is probably just crossing a gravel path to get back to mom and back to that sweet grass that protects him and contains plenty of yummy bugs. This is a barnacle goose, which means it will eventually grow anywhere from 1.8 feet to 2.3 feet long.
That's a Big Bird
Look in the right places, and you could find something like this almost daily –on a much smaller scale. While most bird feathers are only a few inches long, this one is far larger. Oh, also, it's a cloud.
Just due to the air pressure, temperature, or the direction of the wind, it managed to create a cloud that looked just like a perfectly-white feather. Could you imagine a bird that big? That's like, final fantasy sizes. Or Pokemon. Sesame Street has nothing on this place, wherever it is.
Taking a Big Sniff
The wind under the Golden Gate bridge can get pretty fierce, but these two are just standing on land, enjoying a little sun. One of them also seems to be enjoying the smell of the other's hair and is either much, much larger, or the gal on the left is much, much smaller.
The timing was perfect, and the way the hair whipped back would be hard to replicate, which makes this a picture that will be hard to copy. Even better, the lady on the right looks to be enjoying herself a little bit too much.
The Best of Both Worlds
Dogs are some of the best the animal kingdom offers, but they lack one significant advantage – they're stuck on the ground like the rest of us. But this guy seems to have figured out a way to take the sky and leave no treat uneaten.
Of course, he'll have to convince a bird to help him out, and birds are hard to work with. They won't even let us get close with that kind of proposition, and we imagine they're no fans of dogs getting close, either. Maybe one day.
Like a Glove
Well, well, would you look at that? A pair of buildings in downtown New Orleans, when pictured from a specific angle, happen to line up as if they were made to do so. What a startling coincidence!
We bet everybody who sees this chuckles to him or herself, maybe tells a friend about it, and then moves on with their day. But what if it was intentional? What if the architects were friends, or the second designer wanted to do something fun? The chances are slim, but we think it could have happened.