Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
Canada geese are monogamous, staying together their entire lives.
Photo taken at Lake Loon in Yorkville, Illinois.
Thank you very much.
Thank you, Lilly!
Monogamus like humans, right?
Yes, just like humans…
Hi Pat, thanks for the support.
Dianna, thanks so much!
Love the artistic processing of the water, Brian…and it’s so very nice of this couple to have ‘posed’ for you while completely ignoring your lens (haha!).
Thanks for the support!
What did you do to get the water so blue?
I overlayed another texture in Corel. Thanks!
Thank you, Marie!
This is delightful, Brian.
Rachael, I appreciate the comment!
Nice picture! I have geese pictures on my blog today, and I usually do my research, but didn’t take the time on this one. So the mating for life information is interesting. I was told about the family groups the geese travel around in (on the pond at my sister’s house), and I had wondered about it. There is one goose in the group who looks different, but she sticks with one of the families. There were three white geese that stuck together as well, but they didn’t have babies this year.
There are some great photos on your blog. Thanks for sharing, Michelle!
I hope this is a pair of geese that have decided to make a permanent home in Illinois. We have way too many Canada Geese here in Canada!
Thanks, Margie. We have our share of the geese in Illinois as well!
¡Que belleza!, preciosa!!
Beautiful colors and interesting theme. One can argue that monogamy is for animals
Good point. Thanks, Lucianus.
Always welcome, great photography as always
Love the colours
Thank you, Ian.
Another beautiful image. I really like your work, Brian. So very different.
I appreciate the comment, Anne.
Unlike humans the two seem to be in perfect harmony. Great capture!
Well stated. Thank you.
Beautiful! The serene view belies the furious paddling beneath.
Brilliant color on the water!
Thank you very much!
The water looks nice. A lot of details on the geese also.
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