BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

REFLECTION

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Goose

The Canada Goose gets mixed reviews: they can be messy, noisy, territorial and damage crops (not one of our most popular exports!). There are times though when I appreciate the Canada Goose and this is one of those times. The bird had just taken a drink when it seemed to pause and stare at it’s reflection. I took this photo in early October when the trees were beginning to change colour and caused the effect on the water that you see here.

26 thoughts on “REFLECTION

  1. I love, love, love Canada geese! Aside from the Common Loon, theirs is one of the sweetest sounds in wild nature. I’ve been watching their V-shaped flocks fly over me for…as long as I can remember.
    This is a beautiful photo, thank you.

    Paz

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  2. How great that you notIced and took this picture. It made me like the goose….for a minute. Ok I’m over it! LOL

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  3. What you say about the Canada goose is true, but this is an excellent picture. The reflection really makes all the difference.

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  4. Beautiful!!

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  5. That’s a wonderfully composed shot; colors, unusual bird pose, reflection all are great.

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  6. I always enjoy seeing the Canada Goose when I see them on our local canal. This is a wonderful photo, with beautiful light and reflections. The decaying log makes for a great focus and balance.

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  7. He/she is wondering who is the most beautiful goose 🙂 Nice reflection !

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  8. Nice composition – I like it!

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  9. Mirror, mirror, on the floor. Who’s the goose you most adore?

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  10. They might be your biggest export. I see as many in the south as New England. 😀

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