BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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DUCKSCAPE (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I haven’t done much landscape photography and it’s a type of photography I’d like to work on. Of the two photographs of wood ducks in this post, I think the first might be considered landscape-like. I like to provide context in my nature shots and with such an irresistible canvas my crop was minimal. I think the second photo speaks for itself.

24 thoughts on “DUCKSCAPE (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Nice Belinda! A Duckscape!

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  2. Love the duck captures, but oooooohh that water in the second photo is mesmerizing!

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  3. Wow beautiful – love that perfect reflection in the first one!

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  4. Prudent decision about the minimal cropping! Sweet shots, Belinda! 🙂

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  5. Beautiful Shots! Love the reflection!

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  6. Appealing backgrounds for these cute subjects!

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  7. Such a beautiful little duck! ❤️

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  8. Lovely shots, the 1st has a beautiful reflection in the water!

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  9. Adding the surrounding area in wildlife is my favorite. Great choice for photo #1.

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  10. I agree about the context, Belinda! In the first one the intersection of the lines made by the board the duck is standing on and the trunk reflections in the water make a great frame.

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  11. Yes…lovely ambiance !

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  12. Beautiful photos! The leaves on the water, the reflections, the colour and texture of the water – beautiful.

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