Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
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Sunday, 12 February 2012

Single Sunday

Apologies for the recent overkill of flight shots, but here's another. One taken from a sequence of a Mallard; similar to one I posted on my other blog, but hey, I use what I've got  lol





Enjoy your day

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Madge, over at The View From Right Here, has asked me to link a previous post to her Weekly Top Shot meme







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36 comments:

  1. Fabulous shot.. it's almost as if you are in a lighter-than-air craft on his level! I'm so glad you decided to join us and share at Weekly Top Shot :-) I hope you'll come by and share another of your images again next week!

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  2. Thanks Madge.
    Took me a few fumbled attempts to get the post right; I hadn't woken up properly lol

    Thank you Lisa. :-)

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  3. Beautiful photo.

    Regards and best wishes

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  4. Fantastic shot Keith!
    What an unusual looking Mallard, I assume he is some sort of hybrid?
    J
    Follow me at HEDGELAND TALES

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  5. thank you !!! enjoy your day too ! big hugh Kathrin and relax :-)

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  6. Really nice capture, i do lurve the mallards. Such characters.
    Shaun

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  7. Tatjana, thank you for stopping by, and your comment :-)

    Thanks John. His brothers and sisters all look like regular Mallards. They were born last year. I guess it's all the in-breeding lol

    Thank you Bob. :-)

    Kathrin, thank you :-)

    Thanks Shaun. They certainly are great characters. I've quite a following of them, over on my other blog. lol

    Modesto, thank you.

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  8. some sort of hybrid I assume? HE sure is sleek and in fine flight here!! Awesome capture Keith.

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  9. Thanks Sondra. His siblings were 'normal'; I guess it's the genes lol
    He's certainly handsome though.

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  10. It's a beauty, Keith and not overkill at all.

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  11. great shot of the mallard hybrid! such great coloration!

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  12. Thanks Jan :-)

    Thank you Theresa. He was quite a beauty as a duckling too :-)

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  13. Wow...a perfect photo. You have taken the duck sooooo wonderfully...
    Thank you for your kind words on my blog.
    Best regards, Karin

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  14. Stunning !! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  15. That is a very well done flight shot.

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  16. It is a beautiful flight shot of a strange looking Mallard (the color pattern is a bit strange!)...

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  17. Fantastic flight shot. Very clear and great colours. I love it, right down to the little curl of the last tail feathers.

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  18. This great shot deserves a repeat. I love the little white patch behind the eye.

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  19. Beautiful capture! I have been enjoying your birds in flight photography. Not an easy task - quite a challenge. I need to get out photoshooting wildlife more.

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  20. That's a remarkable shot, Keith. I don't know how you could have done any better.

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  21. Thanks Chris. He's a beauty. He was very distinctive as a duckling.

    Pieces of Sunshine, thank you. :-)

    Thank you Gillian :-)

    Thanks Rob :-)

    Linda, thank you :-)

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  22. No apologies needed, Keith. This is a fabulous shot.

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  23. A beautiful duck, nice picture.:-)

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  24. Thanks for visiting Polonica: Home Again. Your photos of birds are exquisite. What a wonderful record of many species.

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  25. Elizabeth, thank you :-)

    Thank you Zosia :-)

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  26. Brilliant! This one is one of the best of the bunch!

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  27. Thank you Karen :-)

    Reena, thank you :-)

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