Geese!

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  1. DLL_4ever

    DLL_4ever TPF Noob!

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    Went out earlier down to Scugog River and took some photos of a couple of canadian geese.. only these 2 turned out good IMO.

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    Tell me which one you like best between #2 and #3, and then tell me which one you like best between all 3 of them... :)

    cheers, merry x-mas and happy new year! :mrgreen:
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    nice exposures!
    thanks for sharing.
     
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    These are great photos. I like the first one best
     
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    awesome! The first one isn't a Canadian Goose is it? Only the second one i'm sure. Didn't even know those were wild here :lmao:

    Great shot, the second seems a little blurred but maybe it's just me. Cool picture!
     
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    Thanks everyone for your comments! :mrgreen:

    Oh ya, your right! :banghead: I didn't really think of that when i made the thread..
     
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    hehe, don't sweat it! It's still a goose, and that's all we need. Was that one just wild? I thought those geese were more of the "barnyard" variety :confused:
     
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    hehe i dunno.. but it was hanging with the rest of the ducks, so im guessing it's wild..
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    hehe, all the ducks are paired off with their mate :p

    I guess that's the gander, have no clue :confused:
     
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    I took a few pictures of a goose who looked almost exactly like that. He was with a flock of Canadian geese, and I just assumed he was albino or maybe not full blooded Canadian goose! Very nice :)
     
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    /\ haha .. you never know

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    Canada geese are cool, we get them in our park here (they fly all over the world don't they!). Your pictures are cool too - nice angles.

    Rob
     

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