Lost At Christmas #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of a model of Rudolph The Red- Nosed Reindeer
Can you help me find my owner, please?

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47 thoughts on “Lost At Christmas #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. It’s not even Christmas Eve and Rudolph looks too pooped to participate! Actually he reminds me of Hallmark’s character “Rodney Reindeer” which I don’t know if you had him and his reindeer family in the UK, but they were very cute. They were designed to be kind of flopsy-mopsy with their legs stretched out and belly on the ground. I had two larger ones made of a nylon material and the whole family I collected at Burger King that were made of felt. I still have them, just have not decorated since it is just me now.

    Well, I did my deer post this past Monday about a skittish deer I met on a path near a rocky cliff, but today I did geese. I really don’t care for this song, but these geese adore each other so …

    1. Yes, I’ve heard of Rodney Reindeer, Linda. One well-known store here in the UK still produces Christmas items like chocolates using Rodney Reindeer. I’ve seen Rodney Reindeer cakes, biscuits, chocolate, and yule logs. They go back to the 1990s when I remember my partner giving me a box of Rodney Reindeer chocolates.

      Thank you for your link. Those are adorable geese.

      1. That’s interesting Hugh as they have phased out Rodney Reindeer (and his family) here years ago. I thought they were sweet characters and I have a Christmas pin as well. Yes, it was back in the 90s here too.

        You’re welcome – the geese are very devoted to their mates, though I’ve seen them paddling along side by side, when one takes a notion to hiss and lower its neck to the surface of the water and minutes later all is well. 🙂

    1. No, it was waiting in the moderation queue, as I moderate all comments before they appear on any of my posts. I have this step in place to stop trolls and unfriendly bloggers from leaving nasty comments. It’s happened a few times, so I decided to hold all comments in the moderate queue before they appear.

      As for Rudolph, I think he’s had a little too much merriment and games. But I think it was a lot of fun.

      Thank you for your link.

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