Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~~ Nature

Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~~ Nature

All these photos were taken in my former home Rochdale Village, Jamaica, Queens, New York approximately 5 or 6 years ago. I used my Samsung cell phone not the one I have now but whatever Samsung mobile I had at that time. I’m an Android Woman.  I now live in Brooklyn, NY.









8 thoughts on “Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~~ Nature

  1. Personally, I am a real fan of geese. They are remarkably interesting creatures. If we would simply let them be and enjoy what little feeding grounds are left for them, especially in urban areas. Happy New Year. Happy Photo Challenge.

    1. The Geese felt very welcome at the Rochdale Village Housing development however the maintenance people were not thrilled because the geese crapped everywhere and they had to clean up after them!! When I used to walk over to the Management office to pay my rent I had to be careful where I stepped!

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  3. If we could figure out a way to make something useful from geese poop. it would be an excellent renewable and plentiful resource! Other than copious amounts of poop to contend with while walking, the only time I don’t care for geese is when they have goslings around and the adults get very protective and very aggressive.


    1. Janet, It might be a little hard to see in the photos but the fenced off area is a community garden. Residents can sign up for a plot and planet whatever they wish. Well not Mary Jane! But any plant that is legal. Anyway my point is perhaps the goose poop can or could be used as fertilizer. Since most of the gardeners are usually the elderly residents maybe they do!! And yes I have been chased by a mother goose years ago in Saratoga, NY when visiting with my Dad. My father found it very humorous but not me!! Learned my lesson!

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