Saturday, February 28, 2009

Female Mallard/ SOOC

YAY, March!! Better swimming weather will soon be here


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17 comments:

Jan said...

Is that a bit of ice? Yeah, for warmer weather.

Becky and Gary said...

I'm all for that ! Super detail EG.

George said...

A wonderful picture. May her swimming hole get bigger!

Denise said...

Such a beautiful picture of an equally beautiful little duck.

PERBS said...

Great closeup -- such beautiful colors!

I've seen a few ducks lately and two Canadian geese on a lawn -- oh! and a swan!

I was busy yesterday and didn't make it over here. I left a comment below too.

I have a macro of something simple. Hope you will drop by for a look see.

floreta said...

so cute! i like that i can see its webbed feet.

Grace and Bradley said...

"Duck paddling" is a Chinese Proverb which means a person keep a calm appearance but working and trying hard underneath, usually referred to politician. But this one seems really having a leasure time.

Pat and Abe said...

Where is the better half? I mean they almost always travel in pairs. LOL

Nice photography.

cieldequimper said...

Dainty!

Sherrie said...

Hi,
I'm with the duck, warmer weather! Great shot! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

maryt/theteach said...

Such a clean, clear photo of that female mallard, EG! Wonderful! :)

Reader Wil said...

This female mallard looks prettier than our female mallards. They are sort of greyish, brownish. Great photo.

Dianne said...

the little bit of her feet under water looks so sweet
and her feathers are so beautiful

Noner said...

I wonder how the ducks DO feel about the cold water.

Babooshka said...

Oh poor thing. Soon be spring. This is so sharp.

Jenn Jilks said...

We're still pretty frozen.
My brother on Vancouver Isl. says it's +8 and raining over there!
I miss our ducks!

Mojo said...

Live how you've gotten every feather in sharp detail here. Really a superb shot!

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