2011/04/05

WBW Life of a greylag goose in spring

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Being chased

Being overtaken and steped upon




Grågås - Greylag goose
NF Photo 110405 at Lida Våtmark




Better run/fly off while you can. :)



World Bird Wednesday XX

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18 comments:

  1. Wondereful shots, i really like the color on these shots and the Goose is cute.

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  2. Large aquatic birds are really funny on ice and snow. Good series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  3. Lovely images of the Greylags in motion.

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  4. Lovely photography. You really caught them in an awkward moment. Glad our boy was able to fly away. Beautiful shots.

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  5. Very nice series... and I enjoyed the captions too! (found you through World Bird Wednesday)... I think I will have to come back one day and view your Costa Rica birds... but I have no time today!

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  6. I honestly thought they were paintings, at first. I love the photo of the goose taking off - just the way the wings are crooked!

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  7. WOW great photos--I saw 2 mallard males doing the same thing...I think they were young ones practicing ..lol

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  8. What a cool sequence. :D
    For a second I thought they were doing something else :P

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  9. Fina bilder! Vad roligt att
    kunna fånga dessa ögonblick :)

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  10. Great sequence of photos. Here's hoping the ice and snow go soon and the birds have warm open water to enjoy!

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  11. glad you liked it. I was a bit surpriced myself about how it turned out. :)

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  12. This is tough stuff, good raw action. Your hard work is paying off with magical, intimate photographs of their private lives!

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  13. The third one is my favorite -wonder how long you had to wait to take that pic!

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  14. Great action sequence of these beautiful geese!

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  15. Fantastic series. Spring is the time for chasing each other. Brings out the best - or worst in us. Have a great week.

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  16. I thought they were illustrations for a children's book :-) Beautiful photos!

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