#49 One against All!! Stanley Military Barracks- 1841

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Unfair advantage. I am not sure, what the goose thought of the competition, but it was definitelly outnumbered. Normally the geese outnumber any other life form except, of course, seagulls.

The geese usually do not think, they are just perfect poop machines, but get credit for keeping the grass short in many Toronto parks.


This is a obvious companion piece to the previous photo, so if you want to know how the swan got there, and where they go, read my comments there.


In the background are historic Stanley Barracks (1841), which used to be at one point Marine Museum until 1998, and later Sports hall of Fame (until 2006).

Both attractions did not draw enough interest, so they are now closed.

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Comments (110)

Tomros on October 30, 2012

Yes it may fit well!

Tomas K☼h☼ut on October 30, 2012

Thanks!

Hope this goose was not swept by Sandy, but made it to the group!

~~~ Thomas ~~~ on November 3, 2012

Wonderful shot. :-) Good seen.

LIKE

Greetings Thomas.

Tomros on November 3, 2012

Tom, I and many others would like to see fewer geese in the city.....TO MUCH POOP in the lake and parks!

Farhat Hussain Shah on March 9, 2013

Very nice view! Like!

emilyA on August 1, 2013

Gracious composition but I don't like to see POOP in the lake, parks and city. Nice pict. L. Best wishes, Emily

Tomros on August 3, 2013

emily, 2 lb/day per each goose!

Shain Paiment on August 27, 2013

excellent capture f+L

Nick Weall on September 4, 2013

Thanks for entering this shot into the September NPC. Good luck in the Competition and please don't forget to vote when the time comes. Best wishes ~ nick

Please put #49 at the start of the title. Thanks

saykut on September 9, 2013

Very good capture. LK.Greetings.saykut

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 23, 2012
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    by Tomros
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-ZS5
    • Taken on 2012/09/10 11:37:05
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 27.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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