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Monday, 15 April 2013

Australian Wood Duck (Chenonetta jubata)

I won't be posting tomorrow, as it's my dads funeral. GOODBYE DAD.


73 comments:

  1. beautiful little thing. i hope the funeral will be a good farewell to him...

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  2. Good luck Bob....I hate funerals.

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  3. Thats a lovely bird , my thoughts for you tomorrow.




    peter

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  4. My condolences to you Bob. May you be surrounded by the love of all your family on this sad day.

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  5. Doesn't get much more "plain brown wrapper" than that does it! Pretty picture none the less.

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  6. I hope all goes well Bob. Nice shot.

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  7. Thinking about you Bob, sending you a hug...

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  8. I'm sorry Bob, all the best for you
    Greetings Crissi

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  9. Bob, das wird ein schwerer Dank.
    Ich denke an Dich und deine Lieben.
    Mit stillem Gruß
    Irmi

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  10. Bardzo mi przykro, że jutro Cię czeka tak bardzo smutny dzień. Współczuję.
    I'm sorry that tomorrow you waiting so very sad day. Sorry.

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  11. I wish you strength for that difficult day tomorrow, Bob. Greetings, Joke

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    1. Thanks Joke, for your true feeling.

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  12. Hi Bob! Sending all the best for tomorrow....will be a very sad day but afterwards a relief and you can start work with the sorrow..

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  13. Oh dear ... sending my deepest condolences to you. A wish for strength from the love and support that surround you now. Beautiful photograph, Bob.

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  14. Bob, my thoughts will be with you and your family tomorrow.

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  15. this looks to be the same (maned) wood duck that resides here too Bob. Beautiful photograph again. Take care of you and your family together; special thoughts.

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  16. Never have seen this bird. Huge legs, tiny head.

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  17. very clear Bob, uff, can I one day to take pictures like yours? perhaps I would need your 500 mm, with a 2x...
    uff, pant pant pant

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  18. It has taken me to get use of 500mm, and I can't get it, one day!

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  19. A beautiful wood duck, great shot!

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  20. my deepest condolences to you and your family. great capture as always Bob.

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  21. You posted very clearly and without losing the detail!

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  22. I'll keep you and yours in my best thoughts, Bob. Hugs to you.

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  23. Buena fotografía, Bob. Un abrazo,

    Good picture, Bob. A hug,

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  24. Know that my heart is with you, Bob.



    Warmly, c-

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  25. I love its beak, it's different.

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  26. Beautiful picture of this duck Bob.
    I wish you strength today and the days to come.
    I always read it the next morning.
    Greetings Irma

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  27. Mi dispiace molto Bob, mi ha preso di sorpresa questa notizia....le mie sentite condoglianze!
    Un abbraccio Cristina

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  28. May God give you strength to face this bad time...

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  29. Hi bob..I do not know this duck .. It is very beautiful .. Good picture .. Thanks for sharing .. Bye

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  30. Very beautiful photo.
    Good luck for tomorrow, I'll be thinking about you. Funerals are very sad.
    Greetings.

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  31. to-day is a hard and sad day ! I know that too !
    je pense à toi Bob !

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    1. I know that, I have been there, thanks Marty.

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  32. A beautiful photo nicely made Bob hugs Danielle

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  33. my thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family tomorrow, bob.

    (((hugs)))

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  34. Bob!
    Is wonderfful Australian Wood Duck!

    Good week my Friend!

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  35. Super picture. great great work and the feathers are so beautiful.
    lovely greet
    Marja

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  36. Beautiful photo!!Great capture Bob!May God give you strength to face this bad time my friend.Take care.
    Dimi..

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  37. Great shot! I had no idea their was an australian wood duck! Love discovering new birds here ;-)

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  38. That's brilliant with a lovely background.

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  39. That's an amazing shot and I just love your Header. My prayers for you and your family.

    Shantana

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  40. I'm so sorry, Bob. My thoughts are with you.

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    1. Now, I will have to live without him, that is hard.

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  41. A very nice duck I discovered indeed in Australia!
    They are quite common there!
    Lovely pic, Bob!

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  42. I hope you're right with a place can give Bob. The death of your father I also know that he is watching you from above your activities

    Love, Helma

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