Posted by: David Giacalone | June 16, 2010

a mid-June sunset (with geese)

– sunset over the Isle of the Cayugas behind Cucumber Alley –

For the first time in many weeks, I had the means, motive and opportunity to take pictures of a lovely Stockade sunset as seen from my block (and mostly from my backyard) along the Mohawk.   As an extra bit of luck, a noisy jetski (isn’t that redundant?) roused a flock of geese on the River and they became part of my sunset tableau.  The results can be seen in this posting.  [As always, click on a photo for a larger version and scroll over it for a description.]

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– flustered geese hung around long enough for me to take a few shots –

.. the geese stand still longer than the Hodgkins goslings . .

– gooseless beauty from my backyard at sunset:

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– Do you think it’s time for a new masthead here at suns along the Mohawk?

– one laggard goose flies past my backyard –


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