Im thinking of Eric, not Ducks but Geese!
Most of these, [it looks like more then a thousend] are stopping over for a meal and rest, just 5 min. from home yesterday.
Excellent photos, Konrad! I like them all, but the close-ups in the last three are really are eye-catchers.
Eagle Lake, Which is just a stone's throw down the road from here, is known as the "Goose Hunting Capital of the World!" Not much to brag on from my standpoint. Sneaking up on them and shooting a photo is more exilerating than shooting at one with a gun.
I personally have never killed a goose in my life, and have never even been goose hunting, with a gun, that is. I only hunt with my camera. Looks like you do the same.
Once again, great photos!
Very nice, love the closer up shots ones especially. Nice captures.
Very good shots. We have them around here too occasionally.
Konrad, you always give me camera and skilz envy. ;) So sharp and clear.
Thanks for sharing.
So nice Conrad. I saw one lone goose today along the interstate. It looked so lonely.
Nice shots Konrad. I like the one doing the Karate Kid pose.
I have a question for you. Sense these are Canadian Geese, do the say honk-aye honk-aye. Now you can make fun of this American. ;-)
Thank you all!
Eric, sorry, I don't get it.
Here is another one.
Some Canadians, apparently not all, add aye to the end of a question. Your from up north, aye? Apparently I watch to much television. Anyway its not funny.
My relatives in North Dakota say "don't-cha know". (don't you know) Example: My father came from Norway dontcha know.
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They are sure on their way back up north, aren't they? BRAVE geese!