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Bar-headed Goose  Anser indicus,Bar-headed Goose,Geotagged,The Netherlands Click/tap to enlarge

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  1. Weren't you on a photo course together with Ludo? My guess is that they paid a lot of attention to composition, because I'm really seeing some excellence from you in this area. Posted 6 years ago, modified 6 years ago
    1. Yes I am on a photo course with Ludo. The command of the course was this time sharpness/depth. This is one of my photos in this theme (the others are the young swan and the swans)

      I don't upload my selection before the course ;) but we had this lesson yesterday (we don't want to show the photos before, but surprise each other at the course)

      To get more interesting photos I was looking for some original compositions. Ludo and I are doing very fine on the course, but we learned a lot by watching e.g. the photos on JD.
      Posted 6 years ago, modified 6 years ago
      1. That's good to hear. Looking forward to both photos and lessons if you're willing to share later. Have fun! Posted 6 years ago
        1. Photo above was of the command for the course we had yesterday, so I uploaded yesterday and today the photos which are in subject with JD. Next time the command for the course is abstract close ups, no JD subject ;) Posted 6 years ago
          1. That's ok, there's of course more to photography than wildlife :) Posted 6 years ago
      2. Hi Josine, Ferdy!
        Yes, I so totally agree we learned lots and lots of all the heroes @ Jungle Dragon. A steep learning curve is soo much fun. And indeed I agree we stand out a bit during the coarse. Which is fun too:) Yet still we live and learn, the circle of life is it not?

        Great shot Josine! Nice framing in a square photograph (which does not show here, amazing one)
        Posted 6 years ago

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The Bar-headed Goose is a goose which breeds in Central Asia in colonies of thousands near mountain lakes and winters in South Asia, as far south as peninsular India. It lays three to eight eggs at a time in a ground nest.

Similar species: Ducks, Geese, Etc.
Species identified by Frankhuizen Photography
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Uploaded Nov 29, 2012. Captured Nov 25, 2012 13:16 in Geurtsvenweg 6, 6006 SN Weert, The Netherlands.
  • Canon EOS 550D
  • f/5.6
  • 1/332s
  • ISO200
  • 250mm