American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.
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Beautiful picture, I love the angle and the way how the colors look.
This photo of a goose is so beautiful. I just love the color blend even with the environment. This is really awesome.
The goose is beautiful and he knows it. As if he is posing for the shot and having animals as a subject is hard. After all if you miss a certain angle you cannot take it back. The amount of patience is astounding.
Lovely Tom, I love how beautiful this turn out to be. Just the right timing and if the goose is posting for a shoot
What a beautiful photograph. I love ducks. This photograph is good for wallpaper.
What a nice side view, beautiful and lovely bird. Nicely taken, I love your work, food concept
This was beautifully captured. It can’t just be more better than this. It really fascinating to see
It is a bird with magnificent feathers and an elegant neck, I really like to see them when they swim in the lakes.
It’s a magnificent goose. So much grace.
A black and white goose! I love its color.
It’s hard to believe that people eat geese. They are such beautiful animals.
What a lovely shot Tom. There is so much detail in the photo.
I wonder what the goose is looking at. It looks caught up in it.
I just like its feathers. Geese are some of the loveliest birds.
I would fancy having this goose as a pet. It looks super cute.
I am in awe of your skills. I wish I was this good.
Geese usually move in pairs. Where is the partner?
She has such a long neck. I think it looks elegant.
I prefer geese to chicken. They are just better looking in my opinion.
This geese is so beautiful. It is as if it knows it is being photographed and it posed properly for the shot.
What a stoic goose! I love how close we are in this shot so we can take in all of its natural beauty. Thanks for sharing.
Unlike your rather handsome-looking Canadian goose here, the Chinese geese are a common sight over in Malaysia. They’re just as territorial as their Canadian cousins, but they also have a basal knob above their bills. My Dad used to keep a number of those many years ago, before he sold them, along with his chickens and turkeys, and moved to a different state.
Still, compared against dogs, getting pecked by geese isn’t as bad as getting bitten by dogs. Great photo, by the way.
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