Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Photo: Wings Over False Creek

Generally speaking, when I've seen Canada Geese move from place to place they've done it at altitude, high above the ground - mostly when they're migrating. I never saw them around as much in Toronto otherwise, but around the False Creek shoreline in Vancouver, they're not so hard to track down. While I was there this weekend, I caught a flight of geese moving from one part of the water to another; a boat came by the first place they were at, I think. When they landed, a second or so after this picture was taken, it reminded me of seaplanes in miniature.

Not surprising, given that the basic principles are the same.

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