- Alpha goose - Hoot1
- He's on the wrong side! lol - Museic
- Does anyone know why these formations tend to be asymetrical? - Geyser Gary
- perhaps because some kids are always slow????
- true twilight colors
- I think it has to do with the wind direction. I think that if the wind is coming from a direction other than head-on or from the tail-end, they are at an advantage to have an asymmetric V. - Mattlong.
- Because geese can't count - Hoot1
- nice color - Tootsiekat / kathy
- beta - Tootsiekat / kathy
- i love this purple colour - katieblench
- Cut!!! What happened to Mr. Dreamworks guy? Tech support, you're fired!! - Justin Kupec
- I love purple! =] - Genji Loves Animals
- This made me laugh! Great photo as well! - Carolyn Ryan*
- Joy - Goldenpics
- Love how they are blurry. - isabel.bennett
- This is my favorite part. - catlover92597
- This looks like a smiley, a sad one ): - LillLaura
- زیباترین نماشاست
وقتی شبانه بادها
از شش جهت به سوی تو می ایند
و از شکوه مندی یاس انگیزش
پرواز شام گاهی درناها را
یک سر به سوی ماه است - manuchsalga2
- vertical crop.....
After sunset, moon, 'ghost geese'.
Geese flew through my moon shot. At the time I thought they were sandhill cranes but on viewing in the computer I think they're geese. Feel free to weigh in. ;-) There's swans in the neighborhood too, but these still look like geese to me. I love the way the slow exposure translated to a ghostly movement with these winged critters.
A few people have asked about processing, so I thought I'd add that processing was minimal---just the stuff I normally do. A little levels, a little hue/saturation, a little sharpening. The color of the sky is natural, the moon and geese are too. The geese look the way they do because my shutter speed was slow--producing a motion blur effect, AND because I was focused on infinity.