whale and fish

Posted in Uncategorized by bowsprite on 2014/04/13


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  1. baydog said, on 2014/04/13 at 15:38

    Reminds me of ‘Dear Mr. Blueberry’

    • bowsprite said, on 2014/04/13 at 15:51

      oh, thank you, Baydog. I had to look Mr. Blueberry up–I missed the it!

  2. Paul Drouin said, on 2014/04/13 at 17:11

    … as seen in NY Harbour 😉

    • bowsprite said, on 2014/04/13 at 17:20

      ah, here they can only cough and sprout extra flippers and fins. Run to Canada!

  3. Rembert said, on 2014/04/14 at 02:34

    Save that little whale!

  4. Rigmor said, on 2014/04/14 at 02:35

    Is the whale in NY ?????????

  5. Michael said, on 2014/04/14 at 12:31

    We should put out whale food to attract more whales. We could have whale watching in NY harbor. They could put in whale lanes so that boat traffic doesn’t get fouled up. Who doesn’t like whales?

  6. Bill Whalen said, on 2014/04/14 at 18:22

    Two weeks ago I had a kayak ride like that little fish — on the back of a 10ft manatee. Surprised me. Drove my bow under when he “flipped me off.”

  7. o docker said, on 2014/04/18 at 03:40

    I know which one is in management.

  8. Fennarama (@fennarama) said, on 2014/04/25 at 21:51

    I did a quiz thing and decided to tag you. Let me know if you participate!

  9. mageb said, on 2014/04/27 at 17:59

    I’m back to find this richness of blues. I wouldn’t think he was wet but high and dry.

  10. tugster said, on 2014/05/15 at 13:01

    just a hint. that fish is not only dry by now but getting quite rank! 🙂

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