and paints his own nature into his pictures.
~Henry Ward Beecher
This is one of my favorite greeting cards. I took this picture last summer.
While I love photographing just about everything, I am presently and intently focused on creating a line of greeting cards with images of animals and birds where the personality is captured and matched with words. Images of geese can be seen in “yoga” positions. Ground squirrels talk. All are meant to inspire. I also try capturing nature shots in combination with inspiring quotes.
Here's a happy birthday dedication to my own mother in case you haven't read it. She is one of the most remarkable people I've ever known. I just felt like honoring mothers today....
I also posted a new BLOG FOR CHANGE, a new page called Straight From The Horse's Heart (partly about saving wild horses) and entered a FEATURED BLOG website to check out.
The right wing appears broken and the poor dear was too exhausted to be bothered with me being inches away. When he did get up it was with great effort and his waddle-walk was made with a painful limp.
I have been unsuccessful so far at finding a bird rescue place to see if anything can be done. If it would be in the bird's best interest, I'd like to see if someone would want to "adopt" him. I'm guessing the goose would need to have ready access to a pond and an easy food source. But I don't want him removed if he's in a social structure and/or would feel isolated. I don't know what to do... Do I just let the cycle of life take its course?