Brothers and Sisters

This topic contains 14 replies, has 10 voices, and was last updated by  Rob Eyers 1 week, 1 day ago.

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  • #413567

    bucweeet
    Participant

    Brothers and Sisters… Can’t think of anyone better to hang out with.

    Brothers and Sisters

    Yep… nothin’ better than brothers and sisters. They always have your back.

    Except… when Mom decides “someone’s gonna get a hurtin'”…. ’cause the s#*t has hit the fan…

    then they be like….

    Gonna’ get a Hurtin’

     

    My apologies…. you have to click on the Links to view the images.  I was going to delete this post and put the images somewhere else, but I’m not conversant enough to delete the posts from LS.

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  • #413581

    Tom M
    Participant

    These are excellent. It looks like you were at ground level when you took these…

     

  • #413594

    Dorothy
    Participant

    bucweeet! i love these 🙂  i have seen plenty of animals pick up their young by the scruff but never a goose! great shots!

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  • #413599

    Mistyisle
    Participant

    So cute, Paul!

  • #413605

    Rob Eyers
    Participant

    Both great shots Paul! Care to share your shooting info?

  • #413661

    bucweeet
    Participant

    Thanx to all for taking the time to both view and comment.

    Dorothy: The mom actually picked the little one up about a foot off the ground and then dropped it.

    Rob:

    Exposure: 1/2000 @f/4.5
    Focal Length: 200mm
    ISO: 800

    I was slightly below them as the ground dipped down towards the water’s edge (hence the blurred edge at the bottom). I was also somewhat close to them and had to do a fairly heave crop to just keep the three. As well I had to use the “Smart Sharpen” to get the back gosling (and the mom in better focus). If you look closely at the image of just the three, the belly of the far one is slightly out of focus as I forgot to paint that portion of the mask to bring the sharpness into the image.

  • #413663

    Erik Fransman
    Participant

    Right time, right place, right angle.

    Great shots Paul. Love them.

  • #413671

    P71
    Participant

    Credit to you mate , top shots ..thanks for sharing.

  • #413711

    Dahlia Ambrose
    Keymaster

    Aww…cute images Paul. Thank you for sharing. Love them and made me smile 🙂

  • #413902

    JasenkaG
    Keymaster

    These are so sweet, thanks for sharing 🙂 It really made my day!

  • #413910

    John Thompson
    Moderator

    Very well done Paul.

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