Saturday, June 2, 2012

Saturday Snapshots - June 2nd


Saturday Snapshot

Photos can be old or new, and be of any subject as long as they are clean and appropriate for all eyes to see. How much detail you give in the caption is entirely up to you. Please don't post random photos that you find online.


I brought my good camera to work two days last week, hoping to catch some fuzzy goslings for Saturday Snapshot, but no such luck.  This guy however, seemed pretty photogenic:)


These were taken at work as well -- to me they looked artificial they were so pretty. 

30 comments:

  1. Nice pictures!
    You can find mine at http://ratherbarefoot.blogspot.com

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  2. Love that gleaming eye in that deep dark head! He's got it right on you, too!

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  3. The flowers are at the peak of perfection. Nice shots, Diane!

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  4. The flower pix is just so sunny and cheery!

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  5. Thanks for bring the outdoors to me today. Gorgeous colors in those flowers. Here's Mine

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  6. Those flowers have brightened my morning.

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  7. Great shots! The goose looks regal...and the backdrop of dandelions and grass is lovely.

    Those flowers are definitely perfect! I so enjoy yellow blooms....thanks for sharing.

    Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  8. Our goslings are almost grown but we still enjoy watching them.

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  9. Those flowers do kinda look artificial--they're just too perfect. Love the close-up on them.

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  10. I love them both! And I agree - those photos look good enough to be professional.

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  11. You have inspired me to get my good camera out again. I really love taking better photos than my iPhone allows, but carrying around the heavy Digital SLR can be a pain

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  12. Flowers brighten the day. Do you always have flowers on your desk at work?

    Those are beautiful daisies.

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  13. That's a nice portrait of the goose. Those flowers sure look healthy... someone must be watering them!

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  14. Great photos, once again! Good luck with the Goslings photos!

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  15. Love the goose - they nearly always move when I try to take a snap. My Saturday Snaps are here http://chriscross-thebooktrunk.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/witches-woods-and-saturday-snapshots.html

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  16. The goose looks like he posed just for you. Great pictures!

    Here's my Snapshot.

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  17. Ahh, the ever-lovely, stately Canada goose! Your picture reminds me of growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan, where our Wascana Park had a seasonal population of about a million of these honkers!
    Cheers!

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  18. He is very regal looking. The flowers make me happy.

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  19. We always had Canada geese-although living in Canada we should-I would always be sad when they would migrate in the fall-it was a sure sign of winter.

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  20. Looks like he was sitting there waiting on you to take his photo! Love the bright yellow of the flowers!

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  21. Nice pics. I can see why you would have thought the flowers were artificial - nice, bright and colourful. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

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  22. The goose almost looks like a decoy and the flowers look real!

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  23. Beautiful photos, Diane. And... your tweet has prompted me to join in. Just posted my first Saturday Snapshots. Thanks for sharing and referring me to the host Alyce of At Home With Books. ;)

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  24. A Canada Goose and flowers- perfect! Both are lovely shots.

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  25. I think both these photos are fantastic...the Canadian Goose is beautiful and the daisies are gorgeous.

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  26. I love both of these photos! The flowers dont look real do they???!!

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  27. great pictures! those flowers are amazing!

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  28. Great photos. Those flowers are so lovely they do look fake!

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