Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Duck photo shoot

Last Sunday, hubby and I attended a wedding. The wedding was at a park and in the middle of the park is a gazebo and at the back of the gazebo is a short dam that goes into a river. When gazebo, trees, rocks, bridge, dam, river can be seen in one setting expect to have ducks and some other animals near by. So I had the opportunity to have a duck  photo shoot and here it is.

Ain't that sweet? What do you think they are talking about?

                                               Why they always scratch or pick something?

                                             Here is the dam that goes to the town.

                   I noticed there is a blue and green color on their head. This one is blue is this a male?

                                 This has a green color but has a little of blue. It's very pretty!

                                      Another pair of duck. Try to catch fish?
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17 comments:

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You caught these ducks in all sorts of interesting poses!

IT DOESN’T TAKE AN OCEAN

It doesn’t take an ocean
Or a mighty sea,
A simple little raindrop
Is enough for me!

I also like the jewels
Scattered in the grass
After summer thunderstorms
Soak the earth and pass.

There’s also perspiration
Clinging to a nose—
A sign of honest labor,
Or so I suppose!

Wonderful, most wonderful,
Are the seven seas,
But give me downy snowflakes
Clinging to the trees!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Papaoneone Beach

Judy said...

I think all of these are drakes (boys). The green feathers are so irridescent that they can appear blue. At least, that is my understanding. And they always fuss at their feathers to keep them tidy and waterproofed, because that is necessary to their survival. That said - I love your shots, especially the one of the water coming over the dam! Just a shimmering sheet of water!!

ewok1993 said...

wonderful captures. i hope no one is surprised you're more interested in shooting the ducks than the bride and groom.

Kay L. Davies said...

Lovely shots!
Yes, the males have the beautiful colors. The females are brown. Sad, but true.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Ann said...

males are handsome, at the tail, it curls up. I know, because I helped my parents rear ducks,

holdingmoments said...

Beautiful male Mallards Kim.
Lovely captures.

Marias Teater said...

Ducks are lovely - always!

Luna Miranda said...

what beautiful colors they have. wonderful watery shots.

Cecilia Artista said...

Great photos of the lovely ducks!

lina@happy family said...

Awesome poses of the ducks. Love seeing all :)

Jane said...

I love ducks! Love that second photo, great capture.

NatureFootstep said...

great shots of the ducks. :)

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Jean said...

Wow...the color of their heads really pop in your captures!

mick said...

Great photos of the ducks.

Christine Gail said...

I never tire of ducks. They are very photogenic. You captured them beautifully.

Christy

Sondra said...

You Duck photos are great Amazing Detail!!

Pat Ulrich said...

Nice shots, mallards are always lovely!