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Friday, February 4, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: Being Chased

This photograph is slightly blurry because the goose started charging me while I took its picture. After I clicked the shot, I realized a small boy was chasing the goose and the goose ran straight at me to get away from the child. In spite of being slightly blurry, I like the shadows and the overall affect.
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Dragonstar said...

Shame the goose blurred, but you're right about the patterns and shadows.

Serendipity said...

I love the texture of the wood - and the shadows. I'm impressed you managed to capture the goose at all, I'm sure I would have been too busy making a hasty retreat!

Karen said...

A goose in motion! I like the shot.

Greyscale Territory said...

The blur creates a fascinating atrmosphere to the shadowy light in this photo! Love it!

lina@home said...

Love this dramatic :)

lina@home sweet home said...

Love this dramatic!
If I were you, I'll run as fast as I can :)

Sorry for my last comment, I make a mistake

LauraX said...

oh my goodness, poor goose, and nearly poor you! great shot though!

David & Melanie said...

That's a fun action shot! Thanks for telling the behind the scene story. I like the effect of the wild goose chase (literally!)
David/ Houston :-)

Mona Sweden said...

I think it's a fun and cool shot. Love the shadows and the goose in motion.

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shot

Horsoon said...

I like this too. The blurred image of the goose adds drama to this pic.

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful! These critters will soon be back among us up here!


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