The early morning light provided an interesting quality to this scene…which I enhanced further, taking a little artistic licence.
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It’s great to be able to get the kids outdoors for a little exercise. This family of Canada geese are making their way to the other side of the pond.
The “cute factor” makes this scene a winner. Beyond that, I was very pleased with the vivid green reflection on the water, created by the trees lining the shore. I’ll have to add this to my “favorites” category.
I captured this image on a recent visit to the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, located along the west shore of the Bay of Green Bay.
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The early morning light bathed the scene in warm, gold tones. The way the water was reflecting that warm tone is what caught my eye here. The lone Canada Goose just added a point of interest.
This really isn’t a pond setting. It was taken at the beach in Algoma, WI, on the western shore of Lake Michigan. I was sitting in my van, parked on the road, using a telephoto lens.
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I took this photo at a small wetland area on my drive home. They were closer and on dry ground when I drove up, but as soon as the mama spotted me, she took the kids for a safe swim.
Canada Geese have become so prolific they are often considered a nuisance…but how can you not love the goslings. I counted 11 little ones in this brood.
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