Friday, October 15, 2010

Skywatch Friday: Flying North for the Winter

They honk companionably,
flying with conviction.
Who's gonna tell them
it's the wrong direction?

Skywatch Friday

12 comments:

  1. Great capture of the 'Honkers' and such a beautiful blue sky. Isn't it amazing how the birds find each other to when it comes time to fly south?

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  2. How cool, you got the whole "V". I have a few geese that fly over my house every morning during the winter and then back the other direction in the evening. I'm not sure where they go or come from. Maybe they just fly in one big circle. :-)

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  3. Uh oh! Cute verse, and I hope the lead bird eventually gets it right.

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  4. Nice scene. I met a whole bunch of Canadian Geese today. They had stopped at a pond for a breather.

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  5. What a fun capture! They do make a lot of noise, don't they! I hope they end up where they truly want to be. Happy skywatching to you and greetings from sunny California.

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  6. I m sure they will find their destination.
    Great sky photograph.
    Costas

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  7. Great photo. I'm always amazed that they do find where they're going.

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  8. a photo symbolic for the season, great

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  9. This year I want to go out to see the swans and snow geese up close. Our geese up the lake left a long time ago, but the loon was still there when I left in mid-September. - Margy

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  10. What a great picture. They looks so graceful.

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  11. Lovely! Amazing how the birds find each other!

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