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Oct 05 2012 21:05 GMT Papagena
Fabulous to see him/her completely !! ;^)
Oct 05 2012 21:08 GMT georgygirl2
brilliant photo.very sharp
Oct 05 2012 21:18 GMT bandsix
He (or she) is lovely!!
Oct 05 2012 21:41 GMT julie13
Great capture
Oct 05 2012 22:01 GMT will
She's a real beauty)
Oct 06 2012 02:05 GMT MargNZ
Very handsome and I love the colours :)
Oct 06 2012 05:52 GMT ujbanyiv
Great Nature Photo.
Oct 06 2012 07:01 GMT senna3
Brilliant close-up!
Oct 06 2012 07:20 GMT sini
Great shot!:)
Oct 06 2012 07:43 GMT saffi9
youve caught the lovely colours perfectly here sylvia
Oct 06 2012 08:07 GMT elsje323
beautiful close-up
Oct 06 2012 09:47 GMT wijnie58
WOW You make amazing pictures, Sylvia..:-))
Oct 06 2012 14:21 GMT Hanny50
Standing on one leg, nice picture.
Oct 06 2012 15:36 GMT will
es muy linda? ))
Oct 06 2012 16:37 GMT ForestSpirit
Thank you all for your much appreciated comments!

Si, SeƱor Will - or possibly muy lindo (can't tell the girls from the boys with geese!).
Oct 06 2012 18:00 GMT mellie
I've never seen such a beautiful goose with such lovely colours in its feathers. Do you see many of these walking about?
Oct 06 2012 19:46 GMT ForestSpirit
Thanks Melanie. No, they're not very common here. I only saw one pair at the University Park yesterday and have sometimes seen one or two pairs at a Nature Reserve. The sort we see here everywhere in large numbers are the bigger and less colourful Canada geese.
Oct 06 2012 20:30 GMT Annamaria
A beautiful goose doing excercises, Sylvia! ;-)
Oct 06 2012 21:02 GMT pauli3522
great captureeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Oct 06 2012 21:12 GMT gtc126
TWO BEAUTIFUL CAPTURES OF THIS DUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THANKS FOR SHARING THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE SEEN ONE.
Oct 06 2012 23:15 GMT larrybenedict
I think it is a goose rather than a gander. If geese are like ducks, the male will have a curly feather on their tail. Next time you are walking around the lake, notice the male ducks.(curls).
Oct 07 2012 00:00 GMT will
don't see a curly feather but it's a reaal "dander-gander" if it is uno )

(i'm just a little limited as you can probably tell) -if you didn't already know it senorita ) )
Oct 07 2012 00:03 GMT will
anyway, they are much smarter and far superior to most humans on the planet,) fasshionwise too.)
Oct 08 2012 19:47 GMT Pea2007
Super Birdy
Oct 08 2012 20:51 GMT pieter40
Wow ,what a BEAUTY.!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oct 11 2012 12:57 GMT hallo
Very special shot of a beautiful bird!

FT2