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Geese under fire... by A-Fox-Of-Fiction Geese under fire... by A-Fox-Of-Fiction
...Hose. Seriously, the rain at my house was real heavy, must have thought it belonged n a rain forest or something.
Anyways, here's another picture of the geese near my house, I thought a couple of pictures of them in the rain would be nice. This one was one of the two good enough for me to decide to post it. Hope you all enjoy it.
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Drangelu Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Waw 
Es una toma muy bella

Beautiful capture! Love how the water looks behind the geese. They look majestic
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A-Fox-Of-Fiction Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

:D Thank you very much Lu, I knew you’d love this picture (same as I, I saw the geese out in the rain at the time of the taking and realized it’d make an awesome picture, so I pulled out an umbrella and went out there to take it), heavy rain may be a bit of a nuisance at times, but I always love how it looks out on the water, firing off into the water like machine gun bullets, just so cool. Know what I mean?
Also, what do you think about how the goslings have finally grown up?

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Drangelu Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
They look really pretty!
So proud

And yes, isn't it fantastic to feel the rain, and totally agree, it's gorgeous how it looks in water
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A-Fox-Of-Fiction Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

Proud indeed. The goslings have finally graduated from the school of hatchlets and now have their diplomas and are full fledged geese…sort of, they still live with their parents.

Usually I stay in when it’s raining, but sometimes I do go out in a coat…it does feel nice though, perhaps I should try this more often. But one thing I cannot deny is how cool it looks when it hits the water…wanna know what I love best about that part?

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Drangelu Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hahahahaha some of us still do

Sure, tell me
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A-Fox-Of-Fiction Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

True, it’s nothing one should be ashamed of (except for those who do it well into their fifties, that’s overdoing it), I live with mine (for the time being anyways), and you live with yours (you may not have outright stated it, but various things you’ve mentioned in the Notes helped me figure this out myself)…and so do these geese. How long do goslings stay with their parents anyways?

 

Well, when really, really fast and heavy rain comes up, it creates a bizarre effect on the pond…makes it look like the pond is still (like a computer that locked up) or shows an intense level of movement, in a way that reminds me of the emoticons on DA for some reason. It looks really cool when the aqua’s agitated like this…next time that happens, I am definitely taking a picture.

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Drangelu Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmm not sure, but they migrate togehter, so somehow they live together always, but then the little ones also start their new family

YEAh! do it :D:DIt's raining tards 
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A-Fox-Of-Fiction Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Huh, those geese are pretty tight. Even after leaving the nest and starting their own little brood of goslings they stick together. :)

Heh, I certainly will even if people start falling with the rain. I hope you'll enjoy the pics as much as I do.
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