By Vladimir Brezina
This week’s Photo Challenge is Solitary.
And here‘s a second response to this week’s challenge.
Other nice “Solitary” posts:
- Where’s my Backpack?
- A Word in Your Ear
- The Urge To Wander
- light reading
- [thoughts of a lunatic]
- Drop In the Bucket
- Loethen Art Designs
- Photos With Finesse
- Sébastien Ouvry Photographies
- quite simply…
- City Life Picture
- Every Hundredth of a Second
- A Busy Life of Leisure
- Ileana Partenie
- Chronicles of Illusions
- willem braam
- Lost in Translation
- Fenland Photos
- The Adventures of Iñigo Boy
- the moon head.
- Pancake Ashes
- Photo Reportage
- Rise and Shine
- ta ethne
- Humbled Pie
- The World Via Standby
- All in an album
- Photo by Holly
- My Island Life
- Travel. Garden. Eat.
- the long way home
- Nature on the Edge
- Dunia Ely
- Shutter Effects
- Strauss Louw
- A View From The Woods
- Eleanor Marriott
- and also, dogs
- Piran Café
- One Beautiful Thing
- Shooting Venice and Berlin
- i love my life
- Berit Renser
- Shimmering Grains
- Hembusan Angin Lembut
- Sofie’s Diary
- Hearing His Voice
- yi-ching lin photography
- Life in the Bogs
- nivis venditores
- leah Jlynn writer in progress
Aww! He looks lonely. :)
You seem to be close to a fast internet connection tonight… ;-)
For a refreshing change ;)
Great ! He seems to say ” where’re my friends ?”
At first I thought he (she) had a nest up there (it was in the spring), but on second thoughts that’s not a very likely spot…
Lost in migration?
Probably a year-round local.
This bird may not be member at Canadian Goose Club or maybe it’s the chairman – great shot… ;-)
Oh, the Chairman, I should think… The loneliness of power :-)
Well, it is not often a Canada Goose is seen alone…..
So what can better interpret the subject than one single goose!
I picked it for that reason… that and the fact that it stood its ground and I had plenty of time to photograph it as I paddled past…
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Awesome image… :)
Thanks so much!
Love it! Surely he is surveying his domain….’I’m the king of the castle’ and all that!
:-) King (or Queen, of course) of that particular piling, anyway!
I may well give this solitary tag a go
I’ll be interested to see what you come up with!
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I wish Canada geese travelled solo … here they move in snappy, raucous pooping flocks. :-)
Same here… that’s one reason why this one caught my eye!
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Excellent image, Vlad. :)
Thanks so much—glad you liked it! :-)
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the pose of a hero!
great image – thanks for the pingback
You are most welcome, Jo!
this one has a special presence! great choice! z
Presence is the word… thank you, Z!
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A good catch, Vlad!
You did a great job here awesome post :)
Thank you, Jake! :-)
it bring me to hometown, maybe for twelve years ago. when bird still have nature as their true home. and also when human can see them as part beauty of nature. i really like this shoot. you bring me to your place and also my hometown.
An elegant sentry! I love this.
Elegant sentry? Very well put! :-)
The solitary photo so far that has made me laugh:)
Excellent! There is something comical, as well, about this goose… :-)
A very lonely Canadian goose, I think. They often seem to like to be in groups. But there always has to be someone who dares to go his own way//V
Or is left behind…
Thank you for visiting and liking my post “Travel Theme: Foliage”
You are most welcome! And thank you for visiting us!
Now that is amazing… Finally catching up with responses to this one as I was at a conference.
Thanks for the barrage of likes and comments ;-)
Great photo. Don’t think I have ever seen one of these geese alone.
It’s unusual… although chances are there were others around somewhere… Thanks, Barbara!
Great post. Love the photo. Thanks for your visit to my blog.
You are most welcome, Jacqueline—thanks for visiting ours!
Very well done. Nice shot. And thanks for liking my blog: http://fstopfantasy.wordpress.com/
Glad you like it, Cris! :-)