Tuesday, January 18, 2011

1/19 Outdoor Wednesday #106



Lake Michigan is still open water with chunks of ice gathering here and there. These curious Canada Geese may have been looking for a hand out. I wonder why they didn't fly south?


Isn't it amazing how long this Canada Goose can stand on that cold patch of ice.


This Canada Goose kept following me.


Guess, this Canada Goose needed a drink.



I love all the patterns this Canada Goose is walking on.
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12 comments:

  1. Lovely shots. I really enjoyed them.

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  2. Hahaha, cold feet? I love your photo!

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  3. I enjoyed seeing your photos of the Canadian Geese, must have been cold for you there, but worth it.
    Blessings,
    Jan

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  4. Hello,
    Being in the South - I am used to seeing the geese. But I haven't seen any in a while. They're fantastic - is this one alone?
    It is so cold here that I think they're probably even further south.
    Love your pictures,
    Kathy

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  5. What beautiful pictures of Canada geese! Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate it! Have a great week. Blessings,
    Pamela

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  6. Great images of the geese. I especially like the second image, the goose swimming along in the water. The light really captures the ripples.

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  7. What an interesting Geese show today. I like how you featured them and your comments. These probably thought a nice lady yourself would come by and feed them.

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  8. Such pretty creatures, and you've captured them beautifully with your camera. laurie

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  9. Beautiful goose photos, and your header photo is spectacular.

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  10. Wonderful that canadian geese..I never see them here in my place, but they are in Norway in the summer:-) Great photos!

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  11. nice series of goose shots. We have a few of them to who stays for winter. wish there was as few in summer to as they mess around to much

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