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 Post subject: Angry duck
PostPosted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:46 pm 
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This duck scared the crap out of me :lol:
Good thing I was shooting with a long lens

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Next time you might not be so lucky! Watch out lol. :lol:

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Yeah , that duck means bussiness!
Duck safari is sometimes dangereous :-)
Very nice shot ,btw

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If a duck scares you, watch out for the Canada geese. Peck worse than swans they have...

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You mean these guys Popo? :wink:

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I haven't been pecked by that type yet. I'm specifically thinking of one of these:

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(all these photos are making me hungry...)

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Where I live there are no ducks.


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Lol Popo, i'm a vegetarian (I'm not so sympathetic towards PETA though...). :lol:

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I love ducks, and there are plenty of them here :lol:
Citruspers, that was with your mobile phone, right?
I mean, it has good quality, and with mobile phones taking over the dSLR world (thanks to Nokia top), youll never need a dSLR any more! :shock:
Just kiddin' :wink:

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