Brent Geese

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Photographs of Brent Geese at Farlington Marshes. There is microbiology here of course, the vast metagenome within the mud and soil, that underpins all of the visible life that we see here. I was really stuck by the two photographs that I took of the geese with their feet immersed in the mud, and how in these images, that they seem fit into this environment in an almost painting-like manner, far better than they do against the grass.

3 thoughts on “Brent Geese

  1. Quite stunning images taken on the mud – mainly monochromatic which ‘intensifies the visuality’… you could say. The grass bound geese seem to be on the alert. Thanks!

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