Wednesday, 15 January 2020

JusJoJan - 15/1/20 - 20 in 20 Photo of the Week #3

I have several photos this week.

 I took this one while out walking - I just liked the pink tinge behind the tree.  

Then I took these two today.  Unfortunately there were only 3 goslings with their parents this week.  The surviving 3 do seem to have grown a bit though.  Hopefully they will continue to thrive.

I also took this one in the park.  There is more water running down the steps at the moment.  It caught my eye because the water runs down to the river Roding.  There was actually a flood alert for the river over the Christmas period which was a little bit worrying as it's close to where my son lives but fortunately it didn't come to anything.

I'm impressed with myself for scoring 3 out of 3 for my weekly photos but I need to work on my photography.  The photo of the tree would have benefitted from a bit of cropping to remove the lamp post on the right.  The photos of the goslings are full of shadows and the one above is a bit dark.  But they were all taken on my phone which of course is convenient.  Maybe I should take my camera out more.  But just taking more photos is an improvement.  Once that habit is more established perhaps I can start working on finesse!


  1. I like the photos of the goslings. What kind of goose is it? I just can't remember!

  2. Cute little goslings! That tree with the pink in the sky is beautiful. I enjoyed your photos!

  3. I think your pictures are real nice ! My camera is not so good so I have to correct them sometimes. I downloaded "Picasa" already years ago it just does what you need.

    1. Thanks. At the moment I'm just trying to get into the habit of taking the pictures. Hopefully I'll get better at it and then can think about editing and making them look better.

  4. Wendy, oh please do post more photos. I enjoy seeing your area of the world. The geese are unique to me.
    Have a blessed weekend!


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