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Rapp Park "Snows" Storm

Uploaded by: Nikongranny

Sunday February 10, 2013

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Caption: They sat quietly then suddenly all took to the sky and flew into a near-by field.


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5. 36Bravo
12:25 PM GMT on February 12, 2013
There used to be "snow" this thick here (Liverpool, Texas) when I was a boy. We were rice farmers and the fields would be covered with geese in winter. There is very little rice left. The open areas are now mostly in cattle production but the main "crop" is housing additions. The geese have moved west with the rice. We didn't shoot many; they weren't damaging any crops and we considered them inferior table fare. Thanks for the memory - 10 from SE Texas.
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4. WeatherWise
11:38 PM GMT on February 11, 2013
WOW...an amazing sight...how exciting for you?
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3. jerseyshoretoo
1:21 AM GMT on February 11, 2013
Wow, great shot and an amazing take off!
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2. Nikongranny
12:01 AM GMT on February 11, 2013
Donno. What I would like to know is how they all know to take off at once in a very sudden swish of wings.
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1. ChrisAnthemum
11:53 PM GMT on February 10, 2013
Good grief, how do they keep from colliding???
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Old, retired with lots of time on my hands and a Nikon. Lucky for me, there is a park just north of town that provides me with migrating birds and sunsets. Since joining this site, I have a new appreciation for this scenic world we live in. I especially love the comments from so many great people on here.

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