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Først en ‘Canadagås’ i all sin majestet som sjekket meg ut . . .

Firstly a majestic canadian goose checking me out . . .

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Deretter et litt mer artistisk bilde av en stokkand hvor jeg utnytter speilbilder og refleksjoner i vannets overflate –

Next a somewhat more artistic shot of a mallard where I try to exploit the natural reflections in the surface of the lake –


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7 Responses to Birdwatching

  1. rontuaru says:

    That second photo is wonderful …. the colors of the water and the bird a perfect blend! Nice shot!

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you! (I thought so too) I used to live in W. Australia back in the late fifthies but your pictures seem too lush for that part of the contry?
      Could I place you in the Cairns/Brisbane-area?

      • rontuaru says:

        Well, you’re off by just a tad … I’m in the USA. East Coast, central Connecticut: an easily overlooked part of New England! I hope some day to visit Australia, which looks quite lush to me also!

    • Seenorway says:

      Gave me a good laugh here 🙂 It seemed my ratings in Australia increased at the very same moment your comment came in. But, I think I’ve must have been in your neighbourhood as well sailing up to Montreal. I’ve also visited Boston (which I didn’t like very much) buit I found it to be too big. Too much noise 🙂

  2. kalabalu says:

    am I making those ripples you see on surface :)) beautiful as the sky, reflected for your eyes matching with my feathers as you can don’t think about roasting me 😉

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