Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Love it! Think I'll go soak my feet! :D :D :D
Not the most graceful landing though. hahahaha
Was it you or geese returning home from the city? I suppose it could be both. A refreshing dip in the lake is a good weekend activity.
No comparison!!! Country rocks!!!
Don't see any shopping bags, guess those geese were just window shopping.
Back after a busy day of harrassing golfers, I assume. :)
Well, you put a big smile on my face this morning! Very cool photos! Ducks are really awkward critters, aren't they? Kinda like teenage boys (and girls)!
the last one made me smile really big,
these are great! :)
Why would they bother to visit the city, since they live in a wonderful natural habitat? Great shots...
Great post, EG!
Love the geese. A nice addition to any landscape:)
Love the second shot. Visiting from Camera critters.Our CRITTERS, your comment will be greatly appreciated. Have a great Saturday!
Yeah, when I return from the city, I often got to soak my feet, too.
Great shots of the landing!
You caught what looks to be one big family of critters....a flock....Great shots. Love the one at they are zooming in. You did a fab job with the captures. genie
I adore that photo of them landing!
This series is fantastic!
Nice sequence of pictures.My sky was taken on the kind of morning when seeing a dragon would have not been too much of a shock - although we had to just settle for crocodiles!Stewart M
I love so see birds coming in for a landing. We have doves around our place and I love to see them in flight esp their tail feathers! yes, grandkids are the best!!! (thanks for your comment)
Looks like it was a rough landing.
Beautiful shots. Hopping by from camera critters.Some Cardinal shots, come and see.
Those are a great collection of shots. It put a smile on my face.
Wonderful shots! That last one is my favorite.
Love the entire "action sequence." They'd give James Bond a run for his money - esp. love that last one too!
Ahh! I feel as if I've been flying with them! Thanks for the trip.
I bet it does feel good to set down on a pond....
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