Uncertain Skies

flying geese
Uncertain Skies

Stay on course, even in the face of uncertain skies.

The geese fly by in this area of the sky at least once a day, following the creek up the valley. I can see it from my house and from my back yard, but still it’s a difficult focus from wherever I am because of the speed of the geese, the trees, the glare of the sky. On this variably overcast late morning, I finally captured one single shot, and to my surprise, I captured the geese, that lovely uncertain sky as a cold front began to move in, and just a bit of lacy silhouetted tree branches. I just turned and hit the shutter button, no focusing or even composing the shot. Sometimes the shot makes itself.

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