I hate to admit that even though I’ve lived in Regina for a long time I’ve never been to the Wascana Waterfowl Park – sure I’ve seen geese and ducks and pelicans around Wascana Lake, but the Waterfowl Park is a nice little area I’ve always known about, but just never checked it. Next time bread is required though, as sometimes I wondered if I should get so close without having something to offer the geese and ducks!
I’ve never seen this kind of duck before…
I’d say this pelican never worries where its next meal is coming from…
“You do know that people usually bring bags full of bread crumbs, right?” I think my new friend was a little disappointed with me.
A lazy Sunday morning seems like a good time to post a few miscellaneous pictures. I’ll likely do another “Photography Lessons – Things I’ve Learned” post soon as I feel like I’ve learned a lot this summer, but this morning I just feel like posting a variety of pics I’ve taken in the last few weeks.
The half-time show at the Labour Day Classic between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers featured parachutists from 15 Wing Moose Jaw competing to see who could land on a target at mid-field. I thought they looked liked miniature army men toys falling from the sky.
So far, this is the best “sunset geese” picture I’ve taken, I’m hoping to get more in the next few weeks.
I’ve spotted a pelican a few times in Wascana Creek, but it remains elusive when I have my camera in my hands. But, I’ll settle for this nice golden duck hanging out underneath the Albert Street Bridge.
When in doubt of what to take a picture of, I will always find a flower!