As I was passing the pond by my house, I noticed a little gosling and his family walking towards the water. It was already dark so I tried my best to set the camera to the appropriate settings in order to capture the moment. I am not completely satisfied with this photo but it is an improvement compared to the others; which were too dark even after editing. I had to brighten this photo somewhat but I could not change the fact it was a bit blurry. I am sure I will see this little one again to get another try.
This lovely Heron (I think) is a crafty one. Each time I tried to photograph it, somehow it knew I was near. I am not sure if it is a male or a female… so I’ll just say it’s a she! Now that we cleared that up, on with the story.
The very first set of photos were not great so I didn’t post them thinking I would get a another chance to catch her by the pond resting or eating and most importantly ignoring me. Yeah… that was wishful thinking on my part! I got several chances since then but she just knew I was coming. There wasn’t an element of surprise.
I didn’t want to give up the pursuit but I think she even knew the make and model of my car and what I looked like, because she flew away as soon as she saw me turn the corner 20 yards away. You would think there were other people and cars going by making loud noises that caught her attention but no… it was just me.
So I decided to giver her the name… “The Great Evader”! I know it’s not a word… but it is now; at least for today! 😀
Oh, and she has relatives with the same traits…. Maybe next time!
Today’s Photos: Where Did Everyone Go?
These photos were inspired by a love of “The Abandoned.” It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon as forecasted; filled with sunshine and an occasional warm breeze. I went for a Continue reading