Canada Goose

Posted by on December 20, 2018 in Photographic adventures | 1 comment

This image was captured on a stroll with my wife Kerstin out to Ogden Point in Victoria BC. It was a gloriously beautiful day and a colourful ship in the background created wonderful saturated reflections. I was enjoying the beauty of the reflections and then spotted this goose coming my way so I prepared to capture the decisive moment where his head entered the clear spot above the orange. The triangular shape nicely leads to the goose. Carrying a camera helps one learn to see these moments that are a joy. I see people walking along on this point looking at their cell phone and the really are missing out on life distracted by meaningless superficiality. Power the phone off so that you are not tempted to look or be distracted by a ding and start enjoying the people and world around you or with you.

This moment was captured by the Panasonic G9 and the Pansonic Leica 12-60mm f/2.8-4 lens. The extra reach of this lens is so useful and it has a nice rendering and is sharp.

1 Comment

  1. I love the colours in this image.

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