Canadian Geese

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  1. Soul Rebel

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    I found these during my trip to Salt Creek to photograph the beach. It sure was a pleasant surprise.

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    Thanks for looking...
     
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    Nice captures!!

    I like the 1st shot best!!
     
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    Nice captures.
     
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    Very nice shots. I can't even remember the last time I saw a Canadian Goose in the water, I only ever see them flying or trying to peck my fingers off when I'm feeding them bread
     
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    Nice shootin eh? First is my fave.
     
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    Yup. And I am usually running, trying to get a good shot while they are flying. Never works. Darn birds. I have a feeling this is one of those 'once in a lifetime' things. There were only 3 birds there and I had never seen them before. Its pretty populated down at that beach so....I find it unlikely they will come back:(

    Anyway, thanks for the comments. This happens to be my favorite series of photos so far. They make me want to get out and try again.
     

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