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Old Mar 29, 2010, 6:09 PM   #1
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Old Mar 29, 2010, 6:21 PM   #2
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Love the muted tones and the reflection in the water. I just wish you could have bribed the goose to come in closer. Sorry if I indentified the bird wrong. My knowledge of birds is somewhat limited.
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Love the muted tones and the reflection in the water. I just wish you could have bribed the goose to come in closer. Sorry if I indentified the bird wrong. My knowledge of birds is somewhat limited.
Thank you very much for the comments !! Yep it is a Canada Goose.
The goose was a bit cranky on that day even at 300 yards away and
was not in the mood for a photo op. lol

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Default I like it very much.

Typical Dwayne-shot, now including wildlife.

Great picture with gorgeous subtle colors and superb detail in the partly blurred lanscape. Perfect mirror-effect, even if the reflections are (is?) blurred. The scene has a warm and friendly athmosphere and the lonly goose is instantly catching ones eyes - if it only would swim into the picture...

Your goose remot-control didn't work, Dwayne...?

Didn't quite catch the title-phrase though. There is no ice in the picture. Does it mean the ice is melted / gone / out? Or has it something to do with ice-hockey?

Sorry for the ingnorance.
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Typical Dwayne-shot, now including wildlife.

Great picture with gorgeous subtle colors and superb detail in the partly blurred lanscape. Perfect mirror-effect, even if the reflections are (is?) blurred. The scene has a warm and friendly athmosphere and the lonly goose is instantly catching ones eyes - if it only would swim into the picture...

Your goose remot-control didn't work, Dwayne...?

Didn't quite catch the title-phrase though. There is no ice in the picture. Does it mean the ice is melted / gone / out? Or has it something to do with ice-hockey?

Sorry for the ingnorance.
Hi Walter,

Thank you very much for the comments ! Low batteries on the goose
Walter, that is why it is starting to go out of range and out of
the photo lol. As far as the term "Ice Out" it is a term used alot in
the north meaning the ice is all melted off the lake.

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