Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Geese in the field











12 comments:

  1. Are these migrants? Or are they citizens? We are loving seeing all the migrants stopping along our coastline here on their way back up north from a winter in Central and South America.

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  2. We not only have geese in the field, they're everywhere. I would have thought their visa would have expired by now.

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  3. They look just like the one who hangs out in the car park where I live.

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  4. Lovely pictures, Bill! WE don;t get to see them much in the city where we live but recall hearing many a story where the geese played a major part.

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  5. I love watching them (and listening to them) when they fly over. Nice captures.

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  6. These geese are rare in my part of the world, thanks for sharing, they're so beautiful!

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  7. Handsome, but messy and argumentative neighbours.

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  8. Hi Bill, These are some neat photos. In that second photo ... I think I saw those geese at Green Lake a week ago. :-) Just kidding. Anyway, I thought of you this morning. While walking around Green Lake I spotted one of the resident (I think) bald eagles. Got some pretty amazing close ups with the SX730. I think our camera is about as good as one could find on the market these days especially considering its size. I posted the eagle pics in today's Johns Island. Already a couple of neat comments and one mentions a good lens. :-) Have a great day Bill!

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    1. Well they are Canada Geese ;))they are quite common around here, not so much the ones in the first photo

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