BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

MALLARD IN LATE FALL

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I watched as this mallard trod carefully on a fine sheen of ice that had formed on the lake. It was late afternoon and I was taken by the light. At this time of the year no matter how grey and wet the day the golden hour truly is golden.

17 thoughts on “MALLARD IN LATE FALL

  1. Wonderful capture! I don’t see how they can cope with the cold as they do, keeping their body temps at 104 degrees F!

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  2. Beautiful. Dainty left foot.

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  3. The light reflects very well the colour of the duck, love the pic.

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  4. Poor little bird! You’ve made a fine photo of it, but I feel sorry for the duck.

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  5. She is a beauty, I love how you captured the lighting on her face and eye!

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  6. Brrr, I feel the cold! Nice duck pose and interesting patterns in the ice.

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  7. Somehow you were able to express her ginger footing — excellent photo, Belinda.

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  8. I love her colour! Wings make walking on thin ice possible. 🤗❤️

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