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Old May 29, 2005, 3:35 PM   #1
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Only modest editing, levels and sharpening.

I'm not really a wildlife photographer, but the London Wetlands Centre is a fun day out with family and friends and only 10 minutes from us so...

I didn't take enough care to identify the species when I was there, but I got a few photos of some Asian and European ducks which are very pretty, as well as lots of geese.

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#2 - this one isn't cropped, I loved the texture of the reeds and the reflection in the water, even though the duck isn't that large in the frame, context is nice sometimes...


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#7- flight shot - I should probably do something about the background...


#8 - flight shot - I should probably do something about the background...


#9 - and continuing her annoying habit of taking better photos than I do, a couple by my wife...


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Nice pics, Craig - No.4 is a beauty !! [of course, your wifes are also good!!]

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