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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Northern Pintail [Anas acuta]

Half asleep, then woken up, has a quick look around and settled down again.......









35 comments:

  1. Snoozing ducks, how sweet. Beautiful detail and sheen of the male's plumage!

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  2. Oh, they are so beautiful :)

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  3. Please don't tell me it's Slimbridge. I guess they will have Puffin there soon.

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    1. Yes, Slimbridge, but its one from outside.

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  4. ducks are blessed with some of the most beautiful color in nature. Love 'em

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  5. Beautiful little ducks Bob... great images.

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  6. Bob, ahhh, those lazy days laying in the sun!

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  7. Awww. And since it is just after 5.30 in the morning here, I envy them...

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  8. Beautiful Ducks Bob, one of my favourites. Nice set of shots.

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    1. Cheers Marc, they are one of my favourites as well.

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  9. Such beautiful ducks Bob!!Magnificent shots!Wish you a happy new month!
    Dimi...

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  10. Hola Bob,parece que estos pasan de tu presencia y siguen durmiendo,buenas imagenes.Un abrazo

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  11. Very nice ducks; rather shy (here in The Netherlands...)

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  12. Beautiful shots of the Pintails.. They are treat to see! Enjoy your week and happy April!

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  13. Lovely faces ! very beautiful photos. We call them "Canards Pilet" in french.
    Nice Wednesday Bob !

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  14. Lovely birds, love the bluish beaks,

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  15. Beautiful pictures of sleepy Pintails.You captured amazing things.

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  16. Está claro que estos patos habían salido de fiesta por la noche, tienen cara de sueño. Un abrazo,

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  17. Silence ... Not Disturb is nap time ;)
    Good Wednesdays.
    a hug.

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  18. Beautiful photos are very cute.

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  19. Beautiful shots! We get the Northern Pintails here too.

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  20. WOW!
    What a lovely pair!
    Great pics, Bob!

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