BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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MORE WOOD DUCKS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I never tire of wood ducks, especially in full colour with autumn reflections in the water. As I had mentioned in a recent post, wood ducks were found in great numbers last year and we had a mild fall so they remained well into November. There’s nothing like this punch of colour on a dull February day.

35 thoughts on “MORE WOOD DUCKS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Beautiful images with those reflections! We continue to see a few pair, at a distance. I’m not sure if they stay local for the summer or will soon be heading your way.

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  2. Nice shots! I never get tired of Wood Ducks either 😀

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  3. Stunning colours. Belinda!

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  4. They are some pretty boys.

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  5. just found your blog. I love the pictures of nature. your pictures are absolutely beautiful. I wish I could know what type of camera you use.

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  6. Beautiful captures and clarity, Belinda. I like the gaze in the first one with the chubby cheeks! Like your new gravatar, too!

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  7. Beautiful! Love your photos!! ❤️❤️

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  8. They are so pretty. Nice photos.

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  9. You never tire of posting them, and I never tire of admiring them. A winning combo. 🙂

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  10. I’ve never seen one except in photos, yours are fantastic! 💕❤️

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  11. Wonderful photos! Never tire of these wood ducks. Their colors are so vibrant!

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  12. Handsome he is! Lovely plumage!

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  13. So pretty! Really great lighting!!

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  14. They are exquisitely beautiful!

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