Greylag Geese in Embsay Resevoir
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|I was in England from July 4 to 10 along with my school students. We were on an exchange visit to a school in North Yorkshire.|
On July 5, we walked to Embsay reservoir above Skipton town and enjoyed a picnic there. I saw some birds in the water which I shot from a distance with my 70-300mm lens.
Not the best of pictures but passable. These are Greylag Geese as correctly identified by Marius and Peter.
I have tried an LP version too. Hope it works!
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- [2016-07-13 1:51]
Hi Ram,not a difficult pic but very very nice,all the ducks in a same position like a copy and paste..ehehe...beautiful capture very sharp despite the cloudy moment,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Nice image with a specie of Goose not Duck.
I think it is the Greylag goose (Anser Anser) but I am not sure....Thanks for sharing!
- [2016-07-13 5:29]
A nice photo of these geese, which we have here by ten-thousands. For farmers it's a pest, because of all the droppings on the pastures. It's indeed the Greylag Goose, anser anser. In the LP version not totally sharp.
- [2016-07-15 3:54]
A nice group shot of these beautiful Greylag Geese from your recent trip. It's always neat to photograph something new and interesting when your in a different country. I am at work viewing this image on my iPhone and they appear sharp with lovely color tones.TFS.
Ciao Ram, great capture of beautiful Group, excellent clarity, wonderful colors, splendid light and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio