91. Yellow

It is that time of year again…I just love these fuzzy baby geese, they are so cute when they are little…love how he is peeking to see if I am still there!

Camera: Canon XSI, Shot in Aperture Priority, Lens:  55-250mm, Focal Length:  250mm, Aperture F/11,  Shutter Speed 1/200, ISO 800:   Processed in PSE8, adjusted levels, cropped and sharpened


~ by Tammy on May 11, 2010.

17 Responses to “91. Yellow”

  1. So cute!

  2. OH so adorable. I have a plan to go down to Stanley park this week to take pictures of the geese and ducks and all their babies.

  3. I like this because you got right down there at baby geese level!

  4. They are so much cuter when they are this small than when they grow up and get cranky. VERY adorable!

  5. Yeah Cute, Did you have your wide angle lens on or is he just a Chubby Chick?

    • had my 55-250 zoom lens and zoomed at 250…just a chubby chick (or a fluffy one) LOL

  6. Adorable, Tammy! I love the profile you captured and the light on that baby fuzz is just so perfect!

  7. Makes me want to hug him 🙂 I like how you cropped the top so that we don’t see above the grass – we can dream about where he is…maybe even in our own backyard.

  8. Oh, I just want to hold him/her gently and stroke that soft fuzz! You’ve snagged that look of wonder and apprehension that’s characteristic of the young of any species.

  9. so cute, tammy…
    have a nice day

  10. I can feel the softness of that fuzz! I like the way he’s looking over his shoulder. Too cute!

  11. Hi Tammy,
    He’s very cute! If only they would stay that way. They can get kind of cranky when they get older. Have a great day!


  12. The light on the fuzz is so wonderful, nice gosling eye view.

  13. I love the way he’s looking back at you too – just precious!

  14. Now there’s a sweet way to illustrate the theme! And no parents were hissing and spitting at you during the taking?

  15. Great lightning on this lovely fellow. They are so nice when small but quite anoying as grownups (at least some kind of geese)

  16. I do love the babies. There is great detail in his feathers.

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