Monday, May 07, 2012

Photos I took Sunday, May 6, 2012

I was pretty disappointed in the photos I shared a couple of days ago...referring to the ones with the woodpecker.  I decided to press on and continue taking some photos anyway, so here I go.

It was a gorgeous weekend filled with sunshine and beautiful temperatures here in Montreal...not hot, not cold, just perfect weather for taking nice walks and bringing my camera with me, and believe me, I did.  :)  I found a couple of geese on the waterfront and captured them.  I took a couple of shots using the zoom in feature, the others just "normal".  I also saw a couple of ducks. I am enjoying getting out and about and experimenting.  Hope you enjoy my photos.

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  1. Des photos pleines de sérénité...
    Gros bisous

  2. Oh, there's a scene of lovable nature, I love it.

  3. Good bird shots are hard for me. I'm not patient enough. That tree shot is very clear. Beautiful!

  4. Cant beat a woodland and lake for photos.

  5. You got some wonderful pictures on this outing. It's never easy to get pictures of wildlife, but you got some very good ones. Your pictures of the trees and lake are marvelous.

  6. oh so canadian geese still do fly north to their homeland? lol i thought they all stayed here.. ;) such a beautiful day to be out n about!! good pix Linda!


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