Snow Globe

Fir Island is renowned in the Pacific Northwest for  it’s inordinate amount of wintering bird and waterfowl.   This is a depiction of thousands of snowgeese as they swarm the island. When they rise it is much like the action in a ‘snowglobe’ after it is shaken. What can’t be described by this photo  is the  thundering cacophony that can be heard form a half mile away as they squawk   in a thousand voices. I shot this as I was leaving my home yesterday morning. My ‘backyard’ if you will.

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