They’re all waiting to have fish.
The water looks very cold.
Everyone enjoys it. It’s a very nice view of the ocean and the water.
The children look Japanese.
I think they all came out of the water because they’ve never seen children before.
Looks like a duck pond; they own a duck farm. I never heard of it, but that’s what it looks like.
My cat would like to go after them!
Maybe it’s mating season.
The ducks seem to know the children and are coming to them for food.
Maybe they come every day at the same time.
This is Venice Beach.
This is a very peaceful view, for everybody—the children and the ducks.
Maybe it’s privately owned property by the children’s family.
Looks like brother and sister. He’s explaining what these animals are.
I’m not sure he knows!
Sue Lee is the girl, John Joon is the boy. That’s my doctor’s name. He’s Asian.
Eva is the girl, and George is the boy.
John Lennon and Yoko!
They know each other from school; they’re friends.
A nice peaceful scene. Not very much activity, it’s just enjoyable.
The little girl appears to be holding something, maybe popcorn, because these animals don’t come unless there’s food.
You think they’re dog biscuits?
I don’t’ think they’re feeding them anything. It’s food for themselves, like chips.
They should clean up. It’s fairly messy, but they don’t do it.
Maybe it’s a place where they’re nesting.
I think it’s where they nest, because they’re bringing in seaweed to build a nest.
There’s no relationship that we can determine.
They came to be together; they came to the same place.
They’re rather too young to be dating.
They don’t talk to each other.
This is the only time there’s no fighting.
They’re concentrating on the ducks. They’re not interested in the view.
They probably share some stories.
Wouldn’t it be a tremendous dream to catch half of them?
That would be illegal. They need a license for that.
The girls’ father took them on a camping trip.
He might be fishing off the boardwalk.
There’s nobody else there.
They’re very independent!
They’re enjoying their visit. Full concentration on the ducks.
You can’t see the babysitter. The ducks are tranquilizing the children.
The babysitter is watching TV in the camper.
I’m visualizing a fisherman’s wharf nearby, and the older people are fishing.
I’d like to be there!
They’re going to have lunch. They’re going to McDonald’s.
It’s very lovey, but not enough action.
It appears to be very cold. The girl is wearing a coat with a fur-lined hood.
It looks like she’s holding chicken McNuggets.
Quack, quack! Honk, honk!
They brought the cat with them, and they have to keep the cat in the camper.
We still don’t see a lot of action, but it’s a lovely scene, with the ocean and the ducks.
And that’s it.
Created at the Freda Mohr Senior Center
Jewish Family Service Los Angeles