While photographing the Bald Eagles along the Wildlife Drive at Blackwater NWR at dusk, I noticed this group of Canada Geese winging away into the colorful sunset sky. I liked the color and the dark silhouettes of the Geese and was able to get a few images of them. The featured image was my favorite of the series because they all had their wings in an “up” position. Somehow they looked more like a “precision formation” instead of a scattered flock of geese flying away. I used to photograph a lot of Military Aviation Display Teams years ago so it brought back memories.
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