BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

31 thoughts on “OVERHEARD AT THE LAKE

  1. Who would have though so colourful a bird as a wood duck would work so well in black and white. Great pic.

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  2. The ugly duckling.

    Paz

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  3. Wow, the Wood Ducks in B&W came out great !!!!

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  4. Oh, this does beg a good caption! Duck One: “Why does he keep staring at us?” Duck Two: “Beats me! Maybe he’s jealous of our good looks?” 😀

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  5. They do look a little gossipy don’t they?

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  6. Lovely composition with the goose, I like how it’s softly focused and leads the eyes to the ducks.

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  7. I really like this photo, Belinda. There’s impending interaction (or not), but the anticipation is part of what makes this picture tell so many stories. The wood ducks could be saying, “What do you think, dear? Should be invite him to the picnic?”

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  8. This is delightful, Belinda!

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  9. Fun title and fun photo, Belinda. These two males are so beautiful, and do look like they’re carrying on a conversation. Then the C.G. in the foreground does make it an unusual party.

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  10. Yes…I bet the goose was trying to pick up some local gossip, Belinda (lol).
    Very nice shot!

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  11. Nice Belinda! Very interesting in B+W!

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  12. Really like this. The reflection in the water and the ducks being watched. Really good 🙂

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  13. This is such a beautiful b&w, and with the different focusing makes for an interesting viewing.

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  14. It looks like the goose was trying to hear what the wood ducks were saying to each other, as your title implies–or maybe an alternative title might be “Overseen At the Lake.”

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