On our way to Omaha I stopped at Blue Lake and shot some geese. The way I shoot doesn't hurt them.
I played with the picture.
It looks very cold there. Good photos, how did you get the take-off one?Linda.http://journals.aol.co.uk/lindaggeorge/GeorgeMansions/
Wow...my faves are the 3rd and 5th....just awesome. Frame those suckers!nancyhttp://journals.aol.com/nhd106/Nancyluvspix/entries/2007/03/10/meet-my-friends/1399
Nice Julie, love the 5th one!!!Marie
Beautiful pictures!! Your immensely talented hon. I love what you said "the way I shoot them doesn't harm them". Thanks for the smile this morning! (Hugs) Indigo
wow fantastic photos! and your so right,that is the only way to shoot them!!!
You have about as many geese out that way as we do here. I guess it helps that we are a bird sanctuary, and the geese get special rental rates here. At least it seems there has to be something that draws them all here.Greg
Wow, you do great work... I like what you said, "The way I shoot doesn't hurt them." =D!! I love how you played with these pictures. I am going to add you to my sidebar. I have been watching you for awhile and I really love your work. Take care! Hugs, Val xoxhttp://journals.aol.com/valphish/ThereisaSeason
We used to have flocks of Canadian geese on the pond near our house in Broomfield, CO. I may have it in my photo journal, not sure. You did a great job photographing these geese.Blessings!~Susanhttp://journals.aol.com/Rjet33/CountryLivingSouthernStyle/
Geese are always a wonderful bird to see. There were not many geese flocks flying here in S. Illinois this last winter since the weather was too warm for them to fly down from up north. mark
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