Hidden on the Marsh


During my travels today I stopped to admire Canada Geese roaming the marsh.


I snapped a few pictures, enjoying the colors and textures of the landscape.


Only when I loaded the pictures on to the computer did I discover goslings camouflaged by the marsh grass.

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One Response to Hidden on the Marsh

  1. Sue Z. says:

    Tugs at the heartstrings! We have the Geese here in Kansas also – by the millions! They’re hatching the young ones and I just love it. Thankfully they are protected here. Your photos are something I look forward to – day by day.

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