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Flower bed in Island Park.
and twitter in the trees, and squirrels play 'tag' from morn 'til night; a spot where geese, ducks and 'swans move in a pond as effortlessly as their plastic counterparts do in a bath-tub; a spot where deer and other animals always look at you in wide-eyed wonderment as if they find it hard to believe that all humans don't look alike and are of all shapes and sizes; and it could be said that it is an artist's paradise.
The llama, shown here, has gotten twice as much attention since she became a Mama llama! She has been photographed as often as many movie actresses, we think! She isn't the least bit camera shy and could almost be suspected of posing. It is regrettable that in
The duck pond in Island Park.