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Old Apr 5, 2010, 2:10 PM   #1
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Mandarin = Quacker #2

My 2nd favorite duck is the Mandarin. When ever I need a Wood Duck fix I go to Albuquerque and normally hang out around the Rio Grande Nature Center. This is a very peaceful place and you always will find something to shoot at and most of the time I find something new.

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Old Apr 5, 2010, 2:11 PM   #2
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Absolutely stunning...God was feeling creative the day He made these!!! And a great gift to the photographer taking these...when I come through there again this summer I am going to definitely stop by there for a few hours...Roger thanks for the tip on the location...the wife and the kids would love it...

Are you using a 70-200mm f/4L?
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Another great series of a beautiful duck
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Absolutely stunning...God was feeling creative the day He made these!!! And a great gift to the photographer taking these...when I come through there again this summer I am going to definitely stop by there for a few hours...Roger thanks for the tip on the location...the wife and the kids would love it...

Are you using a 70-200mm f/4L?

Yes on the lens. I good place to spend a few relaxing hours.
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Another great series of a beautiful duck

Thanks for them nice words.
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That 70-200mm F/4L is a quacker of a lens...you can tell it from the sharpness of the pic's....
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That 70-200mm F/4L is a quacker of a lens...you can tell it from the sharpness of the pic's....

I am a happy camper with mine.
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wonderful pictures of a beautiful bird
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Thanks for the look and for the nice comment.
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