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PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 2:01 pm 
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that is my plan, to get us out and about with our cameras...and sitting ducks can fool ya!


palakaboy....OUTSTANDING, rivals the poofy boufant sisters... what a funny lookin' fellow!!


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One for today...
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Hahaha this thread cracks me up! Good pics :)


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...... this thread is a 'quack up'......

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Patti,
You have reached us all. This orning when I got to work there was two ducks setting on the pavement beside the road near my office. I passed the on my Harley and they didn't even flench. I wish I would have had my camera so I could post their picture.

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rogerssjt, there is always tomorrow...try "rapping your pipes"...(thats what we used to call it in the 60's) ah the soft tails, and shovel heads...bring back memories...rap the pipes, that will get the down feathers poofed...and BP..you are due for another duck, too...I saw earlier in this thread that you had to "check your externals"...a likely story...with all the stuff in your storage containers, you gotta have more quackage in there somewhere.



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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 5:33 am 
OK patti....

One from me, from a nearby favourite photography venue for me, Auckland's Western Springs.

a700 using Minolta 70-200 f2.8 APO SSM with 2x Sony APO tcon. Exif in shot.

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not sure if these count...but....

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OH! HONKERS...you know that is how having a large nose came into the English language slang...having a big honker means that you have a big beak...a large proboscis...an ample schnoze.
and a big honker is always welcome on da duck of the day...special consideration given to the last fellow...lol....he is spectacular.

most appreciated.

And the unsung hero, the lowly female mallard, such a beautiful glide, and such a pretty picture...thanks brettania

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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2008 11:33 pm 
Those are awesome, palakaboy!!!!

I haven't had time to upload any new ducks.. so a goose from my deviantart profile will do:
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I'm going to this place in NJ called The Great Swamp (Wildlife preserve). I hear it's full of some awesome birds and ducks (and wood ducks!!!!) Hopefully I have some cool shots after this weekend :D


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WOOD DUCKS!!!! BEEEEyoutiful....I know Ormina has some of those photos...I love em, and I hope the your day out with your camera is wonderful!! Does my heart good knowin you are scouring the east coast in search of da duck of the day!

Don't you love Canadain geese...they look so formal...never get tired of the lines, and the patterns in their feathers..

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Keepin it going' .. just another shot of the same family within the same few seconds heh.

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something serene.....
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and something about the pecking order...lol...must be a middle child, taking it all in stride..

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Check these out...
Saving Private Duck
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnWsf0knnlw
Ducky Dancing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2k4FhVLKyBA
Rain Duck
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGtiWNWnWrw
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DuckVinci Code
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kjaa7MJ4wng

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OH MY GOSH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That is the funniest thing I have seen in a long time...thank you
thank you thank you Rogersgt.....I love the saving pvt. ryan one!!!

This is GREAT!!!!!

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try this one...the duckminator....

I'll be Quack

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fhq1CkR-S3U

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