Lindo olhar! beijos, ótimo domingo,chica
Yes for sure, he/she caught you clicking!Enjoy your Sunday!
He sure has his eye on the photographer.. beautiful
haha! They're on to you!
You are either very stealthy or have a great zoom. Wonderful shots.
A beautiful shot!
really nice catch!
Either really close up or great zoom!! Very nice!
I really find these birds fascinating to watch. I like the black and white contrasts on their necks.
Wow. This belongs on a calendar - great shot!
Great photo...reminds me of old movies where people would pop up in different places looking for each other, and if they had just turned around...:-)
nice vantage point :O)
Perfect! It almost looks like there is a mirror!!
Magnificent photo, Terri.
Oh wow...this is just way too awesome for words!!You should consider adding this post's link to my birding photo blog today I'd Rather B Birdin'....the other birder enthusiasts will really appreciate you sharing.http://id-rather-b-birdin.blogspot.com
Great picture!You must live on a nature preserve; you have so many great outdoor pictures!!Hope you had a happy 4th.K.
Those black and white markings make it difficult for them to hide in grass, or so one might think.
So pretty, spectacular light!!
I like your focus, Terri. I think you're being given the evil eye!
She may have seen you, but you got a great shot!
I'm glad you have Canadians around your place in the summer, Terri. We are usually quite friendly, but know that you have our attention when we're visiting. Blessings and Canadian Bear hugs!
Very nice shot!
oh wonderful shot!!
gorgeous! I now get to enjoy these beautiful creatures here in NC.
One is looking one direction and one is looking the other direction..... Wonder if there were some babies nearby that they were protecting???!!!Great photo and caption.HugsBetsy
What a fun shot.
I need a little of your talent. You can tell the best stories with just one picture and few words!
Wow...what a great shot!
It's good to have a friend to watch your back! LOL!Excellent capture Terri!xo Catherine
Nice looking goose - although in some places I think they are considered a bit of a pest!Sorry for slow reply - hectic weeks!Cheers - Stewart M
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