While I enjoyed watching the Canada Goose family who clustered around me enjoying the morning treat I had provided for them, and, just as I reached into the bag for a third scoop to toss out, a couple of geese that had been grazing nearby, came waddling over to get a piece of the action. Within minutes there was much honking and carrying on. I tossed out more tidbits and the latecomers were eager to partake in the goodies, except one was so anxious for a treat that he stepped forward and cut the other off at the pass. Thereafter, much raucous honking ensued from the wayward pair, and one goose, clearly annoyed, starting hissing and sticking its dark-pink tongue out while flapping its huge wings in an effort to chase the other goose off. Such atrocious table manners! But all that huffing and puffing didn’t stop his counter-part from contentedly nibbling on the bread, so the rabble-rouser tried a different tactic … putting his head down low, and running as fast as he could on wide-webbed feet, he next started ramming his beak into the side of the other goose! I was amazed, and a little horrified, to have witnessed this “goosing” incident with me standing right there, so I quickly spread the rest of the bread and got the heck out of Dodge before I was the next target! It was only later, when I uploaded this photo, did I see that gorgeous graffiti in the background lending a little humor to the fractious pair … well, boo-hiss back at ya!