Thursday, January 19, 2017

One Never Knows What They'll Find

It looks like this ice was formed by a splash, but probably is edges that were pushed up with the ice expanding.
Lone fishermen



These African geese have crossed with Canadian Geese












12 comments:

  1. The first shot is magical. Love the female cardinal and the picture of the three geese lined up and the sunbeam shots. Great assortment today.

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  2. I love African geese. Such personalities.

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  3. The ice is breaking the same way on the Big Sioux River. It is amazing to see. Those chickens huddled together look cold. And is that a rabbit there with them?

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  4. That's an amazing ice formation! We don't have cold enough temperatures to see ice like this!
    The skies were beautiful too!

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  5. That first one is pretty cool and the rest look cold lol

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  6. It's interesting that you have enough ice for ice fishing as well as lots of open water.

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  7. Great photos. Looks little chilly. It has been quite warm here. I found the recipe in the cookbook. Yes I have one from 1959 and a newer version. I can't wait to give the cake a try. Thanks for sharing. The moon sot is my favorite.

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  8. Love that ice! The geese look just like a bunch that visits my yard!

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  9. Hi Steve - it looks a wee bit cold - but that does us and the land some good ... wonderful shots and I love the chickens - totally ruffled up ... cheers Hilary

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  10. I haven't seen hardly any geese flying over this year.

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  11. WOW! Enjoyed all your photos. The first one make me to think of some animal. No words to express the beauty of the rays from the sky...

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  12. Love the sky photos! Amazing moon photo!!

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