Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Airborne Greylags


























22 comments:

  1. A lovely set of flight shots Roy...[;o)

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  2. BOY These areal fabulous shots Roy and the goose coming towards you is brilliant.

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  3. Formatie vliegen kunnen ze als de beste maar ook solo zijn ze prachtig om te zien.

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  4. Bonjour Roy
    Tu as fait une magnifique série de photo de vols. Waouw, bravo !!!!! je suis fan !
    Excellent !
    Kiss

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  5. Roy - you have been having fun, haven't you! Great photos with lots of synchronized flying. Hope you ducked in time after the head on shot ...

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    1. Thanks Wilma, yes I ducked, but it wasn't the goose itself I was concerned about.{:))
      They do have a tendency to execute a bodily function after take off.{:))

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  6. Beautiful images - when I went to feed my geese this teatime, after seeing your pics, I realise just how grounded mine are. It takes a lot of wing strength and fitness to get that body airborne - and it is lovely to see how neatly they tuck their feet in.

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    1. Thanks Jennifer, they are surprisingly agile and worth a lot of time observing.

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  7. Well you must be pleased...amazing photography...
    Amanda xx

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  8. Magnificent photography, I salute you, sir. ;-)

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  9. Wow, impressive flight shots, the formations are well captured almost like repetition themes in art at times. It may not be my favourite in the set but Image 15 stands out a mile with the composition and angle it's taken from. Wonderful post.

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  10. Beautifully done with these pictures.
    The flight images of the geese are truly magnificent.
    Sharp and clear and beautiful detail.
    My compliments.

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