BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

END OF SEASON (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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These two were taking a last swim before heading south for the winter. You often see geese and wood ducks swimming in the same general area but these birds seemed to be buddies. The water takes on a lovely cut glass quality in November; the reflections of the sky and bare tree branches provide the colour.

23 thoughts on “END OF SEASON (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Hi Belinda, I always love water textures as much as the waterfowl! Nice! Here is one my favourites … https://michaelhoffmannphotography.com/2017/01/23/canada-geese-reflections/

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  2. The problem with Geese here in urban Canada is that they no longer migrate. They hang around all year polluting the parks and beaches and, being a protected species, their populations are growing each year. It’s kind of sad to see them practising their fall formations that will now lead to nowhere.

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  3. Wonderful to see the wood duck and goose hanging out together. The photos are exquisite, Belinda, with the easy friendship of the avian species, and the picturesque water they float upon.

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  4. It is amazing when different species buddy up. Beautiful capture, Belinda!

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  5. Stunning water! Stunning birds!

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  6. What a chance photo to get these two side by side. Looks good in b/w as well because of their distinct markings.

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  7. I wish them a safe trip and who knows, you will maybe see them next year.

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  8. This is a beautifully composed picture!

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  9. I really do enjoy seeing captures with two different bird species getting along. Beautiful shot, the water is a bonus!

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  10. Amazing, I had no idea these birds have this behavior. ❤️🙏🏻

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