Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
Canada geese head out in the early morning hours.
Photo captured in Geneva, Illinois.
Brian, this is so cool!!!
Ken, thank you so much!
What lens did you use for that? Very cool.
I’m getting ready for another europe trip and am trying to decide what lens to take. I have a D5000 Nikon and want to take one additional lens. Any recommendations?
Hi Penny, this was taken with a Nikkor 55-200mm lens, which has served me well over the last few months. Enjoy your trip!
Can’t be too bad if its Canadian Brian! lol.
I agree completely, Jason. I love Canada (even enjoying my honeymoon in Vancouver). Now that playoff hockey has begun…it’s a different story, though!
captured beautifully Brian!
Joanna, thank you so much for the feedback!
Brian……fantastic lines is this reflection, fly on……shalom en theos…..jim
Hi Jim, thanks very much!
Thanks very much, hugs!
What a great shot, sorry I havent seen all your work lately, as where I live now has terrible internet very slow and takes me for ever to open any images.Cheers Callie
Hi Callie, great to hear from you and best of luck on the Internet connection. Thanks!
A wonderful picture, congratulations!
Thank you so much for the comment, dotdos!
Thanks for sharing this beautiful, fleeting moment. Much appreciated!
Thanks so much, flowerpoet! I appreciate the feedback.
Wow, talk about excellent timing. Awesome!!!
Norma, thanks so much!
Sorry for the correction, but I am Canadian; these are Canada Geese! 🙂
Excellent point, Lilly. I stand corrected.
David, thank you.
Thank you, Polly!
I love your photography and browsing your blog. Your work inspires me.
Thanks for visiting and following my blog. Have a wonderful day! ~ Amy
Amy, I really appreciate your kind words, and look forward to following your blog. Thank you.
I sure like this one, Brian. Even the texture of the sky lends strength to the photograph.
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