Friday, January 25, 2013

Week-End Reflections and Camera Critters January 25, 2013

January 20, 2013
The lake at Itawamba Community College in Tupelo, Mississippi, USA
Canadian Geese are supposed to be migratory, but these stay here all year.

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17 comments:

  1. lovely winter reflections here...

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  2. Wonderful reflections of the geese and the water!! Thanks for sharing the beauty! Enjoy your weekend, Lea!!

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  3. I understand why those those birds decided to stay all year here : the place is wonderful ! The student of that community college are quite lucky to work in such a beautiful set...

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  4. Hope this weekend stays as nice as today. Like the shot!

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  5. The geese must love it there and don't want to migrate ... lovely captures Lea.

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  6. That's a lovely photo, hope you have a nice week-end. We are in for a thaw here in Britain, after a 2 weeks cold snap with lots of snow to most of the country. Can't wait to get back the lovely spring weather we had :-)

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  7. Looks peaceful. Have a great weekend. :)

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  8. Wonderful reflections and photo. The geese found a pretty spot!

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  9. Those geese very love the lake :)
    I love the lake too; so peaceful!

    Thanks for dropping by, happy weekend too.

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  10. We also have quite a few geese who stay - and more who only make it as far south as Lake Ontario for the winter.

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  11. Wow! They stay there all year? I live in the very most southern tip of Oklahoma where we are fairly warm all year and we still only see the Canadians when they are migrating.

    I love them. They are huge in comparison to our geese when they fly in. Our geese are big but not up against these guys.

    Great shot...I love water fowl!

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  12. P.S. I just joined you on Google connect...have a happy afternoon!

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  13. Looks only slightly warmer than it has been here. No open water here, and we had a "winter mix" today. Brrr!

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  14. Fun :) The Canadian Geese stopped by my pond this year, but only for a brief visit. They were looking for warmer weather!

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