Sunday, November 01, 2009

Geese Getting Ready to Fly South


The geese in Stewart Park, Ithaca NY, are getting ready to head south.

What a great day.



This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at The Monochrome Weekly

16 comments:

Tunes Photo said...

Beautiful picture and lighting! But from my point of view they are flying north... :)

Gallow said...

lol, You'll have to turn your monitor around.

moe lauher said...

Great photo - thanks for sharing

PERBS said...

Don't you just love spotting those formations? I like it when they change the "head bird." Very interesting!

Aileni said...

I spend too much time indoors and miss them. A great sight.

RuneE said...

You caught them well - ours left three months ago!

Elisabeth said...

What a neat capture!

Daryl said...

Wonderful

ruma2008 said...

It is the moment when the Nature is elegant.
Nature is a great painter.

I am glad that you watched nature of the Far East.

Thank you.
ruma

kden said...

I love to look up when I hear that familiar honking, but never had a camera with me. Nice shot.

Barbara Martin said...

The majority of the Canadian Geese left Toronto at the end of August. They must have made a stopover.

@nemonen said...

Lovely photo.

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

quite wonderful. great size realtions from earth to trees to birds. is this one in print?

Elisabeth said...

Neat shot...perfect for fall heading into the winter months.

PERBS said...

Don't you love watching the foramtions they make when flying south? They change the "lead' so often! It has been too rainy for me to be out walking to see them lately.

Thanks or stopping by -- I have been sick and unable to blog and visit people but am trying to get around to at least those who stopped by and commented on my blogs that I had already scheduled. I am doing much better ater straining my back about two weeks ago. Hope to get back in the swing o things asap.

I see I already managed to get something of on this comment section before. . .

PERBS said...

You asked about how often I find people on benches I want to photograph. . .sometimes it is quite frustrating because I know I will not be that way again so I try to take a photo from the back and a few times I have asked people if I could take a photo before they sit down. BUT, most of the time, I find empty benches.