After a lot of dwelling on "who I am as a photographer," I've decided that I want to do wildlife photography as one area of focus. It kind of fits in with my theme of "take the picture of things as they exist," rather than setting up staged shots. So, I figured I might as well start.... This is one of my first wildlife shots: geese at the bird reserve, shortly after they arrived in Alaska. Since this is from my first set of shots, there's gotta be a lot to improve on; what do y'all think? What can I do better? And what, if anything, went well? Details: Canon Rebel GII, 200 mm, wide aperture, short shutter, Program Mode, Kodak Elite Chrome 100 scanned and desaturated in Gimp. Dreary day around sunset. I desaturated because the image had little color saturation to begin with, and I personally like BW.