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did you guys use filter to remove reflex from waters?


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i didn't....


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Cheers Bob,

I found the tufted duck in my bird book. Looks like mine had hit the barbers before I caught up with him... :lol:


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Wait...this isnt a duck :twisted:
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Wanna Race :?:

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Another 2, but these are crop's.

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Hi patti, heres the ducks from the other thread!

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Hi folks,

Had a search for Quackage this morning but no luck until towards the end of the walk.

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Not very feathery, I'm afraid. :wink:

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Bob....you are a wonder!! That is hysterical...very moooooooooooooooving photo...alluding to the hidden power of quackage.
I am thinking that even those bovines are in awe of quackage..what other thing can fly, swim, dive, float and walk AND look cute, at the same time?
they can swim, and not get wet, AND take off in flight, from water or land...amazing.
Barnsey, am so glad you brought the gang down her, LOVE that wood duck...and Mrs. Mallard, posing for her portrait, and the quackage in the water...perfect perfect.. Mast,,,you know gooseage is perfectly acceptable we love the two loose goose...or is that toulouse goose...the double image honking-floaters, are a grand addition and, multi colored party feathered, to boot...way to go. Dryan, that portrait of the grey goose, I love the composition, and the attention to detail that your dof and shutter speed allowed you to capture the perfect shot...good going...know you have more in there, and I will sure wait for them...Duck Racing...hmmm...maybe we can get that into the olympics, next go round...gentlemen start your quackage....off to the races...looks like that goose is breaking the barrier, but I bet he still wins...
ZORRO! Exquisite mallard presentation...And you, way out there in the country...I knew you would come up with a great shot, never one to disapoint..great to see your quackage...

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patti wrote:
...what other thing can fly, swim, dive, float and walk AND look cute, at the same time?...

I was feeling quite smug until you mentioned cute. :? Sorry for taking your thread slightly off-topic. :lol:

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now, don't tell me you have not smiled at a waddle, those babies you posted were CUTE...You can take this thead any ol' place you want...it is here for us to quack up.


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 6:28 pm 
Taking a duck-snooze.

Now if I could just turn my head like this, I wouldn't have anyone sneaking up on me!


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:37 pm 
hi patti. i'm a newb here and i like your ducks, so here is one i took a couple of years ago - hope i did the link right :D i read somewhere here how to do it but now i can't find it :oops:

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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 10:24 pm 
I was out this evening when I spotted a pair of ducks going for a walk (nowhere near any water). The photos aren't great, but they are ducks.

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I got a bunch of shots of some white ducks today.

One at a time...
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