adorable with that tiny bill!
you find an amazing array of bird life...
Bob, great feather detail! This is a very pretty goose!
Super Little Geese and some lovely shots of them too.
gorgeous bird! i've never seen anything like this before!happy weekend dear bob. x
They are very nice and ... cute :-)
You are the King of plumage papparazzi...
You embarrassed me, but I don't mind, lol.
the feathers are truly gorgeous, black and silver!beautiful images of that duck
Pretty goose, it would be a new one for me.. Great shots, Bob! Happy weekend!
Happy weekend to you Eileen too.
We call this bird 'Nonnengans', literally translated into 'nun goose'... ;-)It's feathering really looks like the habit of a nun, doesn't it!?Have a pleasant weekend, Bob!Uwe.
They're such a neat looking goose. It's good to see your images of a bird I've seen occasionally too.
It looks like it has a small head. But so darn cute!
Do they really grow on plants in the marshes then snap off and swim away as the Bestiary says?ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>
The nostrils are big.Wonder shall I see any nasal hairs if zooming in?
Ha ha, I thought they were small.
Indeed their plumage does look like a. Nun's habit. Very interesting and great close up shots
Great looking bird.
Delicate beak, precious silver in the feathers... pretty goose, for me prettiest... Greetings form Poland Bob :-)!
Yes, I am with you, pretty Goose.
Beautiful pictures of this Barnacle Goose.Beautiful light and perfectly focused Bob, my compliments.Wish you a good weekend.
Thank you Irma, for your comments.
You do wonders with the photos ... These pens are beautiful, Bob!!!Have a good weekend.a hug.
Lovely ones, how cute they look.
Beautiful goose Bob!!I like the colours of his feathers!Excellent shots!Have a lovely weekend!Dimi...
Thank you Dimi, have a wonderful weekend as well.
｡°°✿⊱｡Os filhotes inspiram muita ternura!Belas fotos!Bom fim de semana!Beijinhos.°✿⊱°｡.✿✿⊱
They're so cute! We still have some Canada geese, but the barnacle geese are gone for the winter.
I wonder if there was a large flock of them. It's a pity you do not have a wider frameGreets:-)
These are so cute!