These Canada Geese were enjoying the sun too. Their lookout kept a watchful eye on us as we took their photos but once again we didn't get all that close, ever respectful of their space.
I see more Canada Geese than any other kind of goose but as I like them a lot I don't mind at all, though it would be nice to get pictures of say a white goose for a change or even a duck, but there weren't any of those around either. In the meantime.....I love you Goosey.
When Gregg and I get home and view our photographs we often seem to have had the same idea, and the two photos below, the more panoramic shot was taken with my cell phone and the one below it was taken by Gregg using the regular camera with the zoom. We tend to change over quite a bit, especially if I see any wildlife or flowers.
I was surprised to see quite a few flowers still blooming, a little past their prime but still rather pretty. When we got back to the house Gregg's Dad told him it was because they had not had the first frost yet. Now that's something we hadn't thought of and when his Dad told Gregg that, he said, "Huh!" and when Gregg told me that as we looked at those shots at our home, I said, "Huh!" No, we're not gardeners in the strictest sense of the word but knowing Gregg's Dad grew up on a farm we are always impressed with his wisdom of such things. Anyhow, I'll show some of those flowers this Sunday on Today's Flowers. My flower photos are getting far and few between so I need to space them out now until blooming time.
This is the bridge the geese floated under, like graceful ballerinas doing a good impression of the chorus in Swan Lake. Well not quite but you know what I mean.