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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Black and White Wednesday

There are some ponds near our house - and lots of Canada Geese.  They fly over our house often - going to the lake or back to the ponds.
Their feathers are amazing! 


 Swimming
 Or posing on the lawns around the ponds



10 comments:

Mitzi said...

Simplistic beauty! Lovely captures!

J said...

You really captured the stark beauty of that black and white contrast. These birds always hold their heads so high and stand so proud of themselves!

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

JoAnn, what a perfect subject for black and white. Your pics are so crisp and sharp. Just beautiful. I seem to be getting a lot of blurred photos lately, either I need a new camera or new glasses!. I love black and white and forget I can change my pictures..Happy Wednesday..Judy

The Weaver of Grass said...

Yes I agree JoAnn - a good subject for black and white. We get them here in the UK in their thousands - they are quite a pest with the amount of grass they eat, but they are lovely to look at.

Em Parkinson said...

I absolutely love Canada Geese but see them so rarely up here on Dartmoor. Thanks for the Great photos, colour or B/W.

Kay said...

Hooray for you! Gorgeous shots! It can be harder than it looks, can't it? I tried to get shots of a couple of geese hanging out with a flock of wigeons the other day...and if one's head was up, the other's was down searching for food. You got some real beauty shots here.

Julie Fukuda said...

They pose quite nicely ... to show off those neat feathers, I imagine.

May said...

Wow, the detail especially on that first shot is really something. I love Canadian geese. Such handsome creatures.

Candy S said...

Lovely pictures JoAnn, the geese look like they are posing for glamor shots. We have a lot of geese around our development because of the lake up the street. They are so pretty but so messy.

Adrienne said...

I enjoy daily visits with geese such as these! Lovely!