Not Just Black and White

There’s also a touch of blue (and brown and green and yellow)!

And now… relax… ahhh!

10 Comments on “Not Just Black and White

  1. Ducks are a dabbling ONE TWO THREE.. 🙂 we saw about 50 Canadian geese fly over head the other day… Don’t know if they were looking for the local reservoir or not… But a beautiful sight.. 🙂 Great photos Tom.

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    • Thanks, Sue.
      When they fly over like that, they are indeed a great sight. And sound too – they have very in-depth conversations in flight, don’t they?

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      • Yes they do Tom.. I had to look twice then at you logo.. 🙂 to see if it was you lol. 🙂
        I remember once standing in the allotments, as its on top of a hill out of a small valley, Geese were flying over the valley and when they reached us they were about only thirty feet above our heads, the noise of their chatter very loud.. ❤

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        • Hehehe! I’ve changed it again since!
          And yes. They must do all the gossiping in-flight.


    • No, VK, Tufty hasn’t been around for a while now. I think he and Mrs Tufty headed off to Iceland or somewhere.
      They don’t seem to mind the cold, do they? That, or they all put on brave faces and just get on with it! 😀
      Thanks, VK.

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  2. Hi Tom!!! 🙂 ❤

    Love the photographs, you really are getting some great shots!!! 🙂 ❤

    Remember: A camera is a machine: It needs a good eye and imagination to make it work!!! 🙂 ❤

    Have Fun!!! 🙂 ❤


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