Wordless Wednesday: Chicken Little was right.


“Listen to me, everybody! I’m your new leader! I’m gonna save your lives! I’m gonna tell you what to do!” ~ Chicken Little (1943)

Do you remember the story of Chicken Little or Henny-Penny, who caused absolute hysteria in the farmyard, when after an acorn fell on her head, she spread the word that the sky was falling? Well, she was absolutely right. πŸ™‚

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80 comments on “Wordless Wednesday: Chicken Little was right.

  1. I’ve seen about a zillion cloud reflections in water, but this is the most realistic one I ever saw! I had to look twice. I was thinking, how did she do this before I realized that the clouds were reflections. This is a great shot!

  2. You’ve caught two of my favorite things- clouds and reflections. The only thing missing is waves, but of course that might not work too well on the reflections! πŸ˜‰

  3. What a great shot Sylvia. I wonder if that is what Simba thinks when it’s thunder and lighting. πŸ˜†
    Thanks for sharing hon. *big hugs*

  4. non conoscevo questa deliziosa storiella!….ma ho visto come tutto il cielo dalla testa del pulcino era caduto nell’acqua, ha ha
    magnifico

    I did not know this delicious story! …. but I saw how all the sky from Chick’s head had fallen into the water, ha ha
    magnificent

    • Thanks, Leo. Glad you enjoyed the pic. I could have walked on those clouds, but wasn’t going to take a chance, as there were probably alligators lurking underneath them. πŸ™‚

  5. I see what you did there. And I like it. πŸ™‚

    A great introduction to a great photo.

  6. I am laughing out loud. Clever pairing. The quote could have come from any of our elected leaders. πŸ™‚ I take it the photo is beautiful south Florida.

  7. Love the reflection in your photo … And my reflection is, that we need just that – awareness of reflection – around and about our selves to be able to grow as humans … // Maria πŸ™‚

  8. Why…..has your sky fallen in?

    I remember that story well , having read it to the children when they were small

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