Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Watery Wednesday: Canada Goose

Canada goose
This Watery Wednesday photo was taken at the Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area back in June on 2008.

21 comments:

Rob Ripma said...

Great shot. Awesome lighting.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shot. I love the little youngling following right behind. Too cute!

ramblingwoods.com said...

Lovely photo..I was able to identify indvidual geese on the pond by the pattern of they white marks...

Gill - That British Woman said...

great photo, not keen on Canada Geese, as when its mating season, they sit on our roof tops at the crack of dawn and start honking!!! LOL

Gill in Canada

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Awe. I love the gosling following so close to mom or pop.

ilanadavita said...

I love the array of colors. Beautiful!

VALKYRIEN said...

That is beautiful! Mom watching out, protecting the little one.

beautiful said...

Great shot. Cute duckling! And, I imagine there are water lilies as well.

kden said...

This is really a great shot. Colors are beautiful.

Raven said...

What a lovely shot this is - you have captured the moment well.

Arlene said...

Nice shot! This reminds me of a kiddie song about the duck and the baby duckling. hehehe

Happy WAtery Wed!

Guy D said...

Great shot, perfect in my opinion.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

dot said...

Great shot! The head and neck look like a snake.

The Right Blue said...

Very nice. I love the detail on the mama's feathers.

Bobbie

Normz said...

what a wonderful place for Canadian geese..

Arija said...

Great shot with a gosling and waterlilies.

Darla said...

Excellent capture here.

Tarolino said...

Striking picture. That gozling is so cute. The colours are also very lovely.

Deborah Godin said...

Very nice pond! And the gooseneck looks kinda like the one under my kitchen sink...!

Patty said...

Beautiful photo. I love the duck

Judy said...

Love the way you caught the goose with its neck bent like that. They have so many little bones in their necks, and can move them in such sinuous ways!
Thanks for sharing!