Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Posts tagged “Canada geese

With and Without (Geese, Filter)


April 22, 2017

The quarries fill not just with water but dead trees. And visiting Canada geese. . . . What a difference a polarizing filter on my camera lens makes.

 

 


Old Quarries Become Water Features


April 21, 2017

There is a road that I cross when driving between Schoepfle Garden and Oberlin called Quarry Road. If I drive far enough north on Quarry Road, I reach two sandstone quarries that have ceased operations and are now filled with water. On a recent typical overcast day in early spring northern Ohio (April 2, to be exact), I did some exploring there.

 

 


Geese in Fog


October 21, 2016

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Time for Canada Geese


August 28, 2016

Another sign that fall is approaching is the pretend migration of this area’s Canada geese. Their raucous honking and v-shaped flight patterns are all for show (or something). They never leave but spend the winters here.

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The Gleaners, or Winter-Wheat Fields 6


September 6, 2014

This Wednesday, walking through the fog on my way to the river, I spotted the gleaners of the winter-wheat fields that I photographed earlier this summer. (See here and here and here and here and here.) Please click on this photo to see it at a reasonable size.

 

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