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Canada Geese

Posted by konrad___far_north (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 4, 07 at 22:38

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.
Konrad

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RE: Canada Geese

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!

Kt


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Very nice, love the closer up shots ones especially. Nice captures.


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Very good shots. We have them around here too occasionally.


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Konrad, you always give me camera and skilz envy. ;) So sharp and clear.

Thanks for sharing.


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So nice Conrad. I saw one lone goose today along the interstate. It looked so lonely.


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Beautiful pictures.


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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. ;-)

Eric


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Thank you all!
Eric, sorry, I don't get it.

Here is another one.
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Konrad,
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.

Back to photography
Eric


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They are sure on their way back up north, aren't they? BRAVE geese!
JoanMN/FL


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Joan

Funny


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