photo of a bean goose flying upside down has sparked a heated debate as to why geese do this. Photographer Vincent Cornelissen said he’s received thousands of messages and comments from people around the world asking for information about the goose flying upside down. Cornelissen captured the photo near the Dutch town of Arnhem while snapping photos of three geese.
“I saw that one of the three had trouble flying in a straight line. He was having a hard time which I thought was because of the wind. He seemed to be struggling, so I took some pictures of him,” he said. He didn’t think much more about it until he developed the pictures. “I immediately realized that I had captured something special, but at the same time, I was afraid that no one would believe me. The image looked like it was edited in Photoshop.”
1 . What can we learn from the first paragraph?
A A goose lost control and flied upside down.
B Vincent Cornelissen caused a lot of matters online.
C Cornelissen’s photo has aroused worldwide concern.
D Many bean geese inhabit in the Dutch town of Arnhem.