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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Monochrome Monday: Geese Central


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21 comments:

RuneE said...

They seem to evade the water :-)

Nice catch.

Anne said...

Sooo many :-0

Aileni said...

You must have had a heck of a time arranging them...:)

vincibene said...

Beautiful picture from geese-land!

Dagrun said...

Nice in black & white!

Robin said...

Goodness there are a lot of them.

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Carver! You did again! Another perfect shot!
Fantastic b&w!
Congratulations!
Léia :-)

Ilan said...

Like planes ready to take off from a that sand that looks like a ship :)
Great black and white conversion, I love this image.

Liz Hinds said...

great. Loads of variety in amongst the geese and the sun shining on the water. Lovely.

Anonymous said...

Very serene...:-)

kden said...

That's quite a gaggle you've got there. Nice Mono shot.

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Nice shot, i have geese this week as well.

Barbara said...

Nice capture. There is a great contrast in textures.
Smiles B

Unknown said...

I love the shadows the birds cast on the sand. Must have been a pretty day.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

We've got Carver, Mojo, and Greensboro Daily Photo logging in from North Carolina for Monochrome Monday. In our neck of the woods, those geese are pesky residents who love to hang out in Wal-mart parking lots.

Great capture!

betty-NZ said...

Looks like a great place so sun yourself, if you're a goose!

Bim said...

This somehow reminds me of a 19th century depiction of a peaceful Sunday street secene -

Daryl said...

Nice! And I like the way they seem to be goose stepping away from the water

Clueless in Boston said...

They look like lemmings all heading in the same direction.

TYRA Hallsénius Lindhe said...

Great shot Carver/ Tyra

maryt/theteach said...

The Canadian Geese around here stay year round now. They are applying for citizenship as we speak! Ha! :)

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