Canada Goose Flyby
|Copyright: Staale Gjoes (gjoess)
|Date Taken: 2007-01-21|
|Camera: Canon 400D, Sigma 80-400 OS, ISO 100 RAW|
|Exposure: f/5.0, 1/160 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-01-21 12:31|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Details from RSPB|
A large goose, with a distinctive black head and neck and large white throat patch. An introduced species from N America, it has successfully spread to cover most of the UK. It forms noisy flocks and is often regarded as a nuisance in areas where large numbers occur on amenity grassland and parks.
Where to see it
A familiar goose seen around lakes, gravel pits and town parks.
What does it eat?
Vegetation - roots, grass, leaves and seeds.
Incubation: 28-30 days
Fledging: 40-48 days
Maximum lifespan: 23 years
UK breeding: 47,200 adults
UK wintering: 61,600 birds
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which beautiful flies away of this goose which you knew to take at the good time difficult thing has to make beautiful composition and colors cheer
- [2007-01-21 13:55]
I like your close-up so much. You managed to pictured a very nice moment. Pose of the goose, your POV and colours are excellent. You have perfect equipment. In this case you could apply ISO 400 and a bit faster shutter speed. However, your shot is very well done. My compliments and TFS.
beautiful in action shot,i like the composition.