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Thursday, 29 November 2018

Greylag Goose - Anser anser

Photographed at Rushy Hide, Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire, GB.








27 comments:

  1. Awesome closeups of the goose. Great post Bob! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  2. Hi Bob,
    Nice shoot and very good sharpness. the close-up are wonderful !

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  3. Lovely series, Bob. And all hail the Yardbirds!

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  4. Beautiful goose glowing in the very low sun...

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  5. Hola Bob,espectaculares y bonitas fotos de este Ganso,fotos perfectas apreciado amigo.Un abrazo.

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  6. Hi Bob,
    Usually. I see thousands of them....
    But most off the time I see them far away on a lake. These pictures are gorgeous!
    Best regards,
    Maria

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    1. Hi Maria
      Thanks, usually they can come close and let you feed them, but, don't give bread, that is bad.

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  7. Hi Bob,
    Super set of images of a favourite of mine, the Greylag goose.
    I always enjoy getting flight shots, love the neck feathering.
    All the best, John

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    1. Hi John
      Yes, it is one of my favourite of mine.

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  8. Very beautiful goose. Photos are perfect.

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  9. Great series. Good detail of the peak.
    Buena noche Bob.
    Un abrazo.

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  10. Great closeups. Everyone should be familiar with the work of Konrad Lorenz with this species.

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  11. Thanks David, I haven't seen Konrad Lorenz, I will look out for it.

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  12. Magic.
    I have started to look for where these photo were taken - interesting for me.

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  13. Un ganso muy interesante y fotogénico al que le favorece incluso el primer plano.
    Un abrazo,

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  14. Hi Bob,
    These are beautiful pictures of the Greylag Goose.
    Perfectly photographed sharply, my compliments.
    Best regards, Irma

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  15. It's so easy to dismiss these birds as 'ordinary', Bob, but (as your super images show) they are really rather handsome. I see I'm not the only one that thinks the feather patterns on the neck of a Greylag Goose are attractive and intriguing. With my very best wishes - - - Richard

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  16. Natural magic by Bob.
    There is a whole world of feelings through your photos my friend.

    Yannis Politopoulos

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