Hello,I love the early morning misty. Pretty captures of the geese in flight. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. I appreciate your comments too. Have a happy weekend. I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas!
Thank you Eileen! Have a great New Year!
..."Geese can be a pain in the neck, but I love seeing them take flight in a group. Cool beans!" What an understatement! Those red Nadina berries sure shout out a Southern Christmas, I love all the greens y'all have to work with. A Merry Christmas to you!
Yes, the Nandina's are spectacular this time of year. Paired with magnolia leaves is really pretty!
Love the blue of those photos. It really captures the misty morning. Not sure why geese are a pain. I love pour wintering wild geese, all 50,000 of them.
They excrete all over the sidewalk, and then our school children walk in it and transfer it into the school (I work at an elementary school), lol.
Lovely magical nature photos ~ Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Thank you for your lovely comment! Happy New Year!
Hello,Very beautiful photos! The mist is so magic :)Merry Christmas!
I love that lake when the mist is all around. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. Have a great New Year.
lol, I thought they were geeze. Yes, this is a great sight. Love your moody images :)
Thank you! Merry Christmas!
i could not agree more....and up close, they are not so bad either!!!merry christmas to you, have a wonderful holiday!!!
True! Up close you get to see their pretty coloring.
Such pretty photos - they are indeed impressive flying all at once.
Thank you! Have a wonderful New Year.
You know, the reason why geese are troublesome from an anthropomorphic perspective is that we have disrupted their migratory instincts. It's our fault, not theirs, that they hang around in such numbers, and poop is the price you pay.
I hadn't thought about that! Poor things! I will gladly put up with a little poop on the floor (plus I'm not the one cleaning it up, lol). I do love watching them.
Nice pics of the geese. It is impressive to see them take off. Merry Christmas.
Thank you, Judy! Have a great New Year!
These shots are great, Leslie...I do love seeing them in formation as well. I wonder if there's ever one that doesn't want to co-operate???? LOL!..:)JP
Today I saw a huge flock of birds taking off together from a tall tree and then one little one all by itself. Maybe it was being non-cooperative, "But I don't want to go to grandmas, I want to play with my Christmas toys." lol