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Old Aug 4, 2012, 9:32 PM   #1
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No too much for Wild Life from my morning walk today
Just a Mallard going for a slow swim

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Old Aug 4, 2012, 11:41 PM   #2
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Nice shot Fred. Sharp focus and excellent color, especially the reflected blue of the sky in the water. The reflection of the duck's head also adds to the appeal of the scene.
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Dittos Fred, very nice, very sharp
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Nicely composed pic Fred, the grass, the reflections and that wild bird.

Works well for me on the nice Sunday morning.
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I agree with what is said above here, well done Fred !
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Thank you VERY much for the nice reply's
Steven , Eric, Ken and Lordje

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Very nice shot, Fred! Sorry I missed it earlier.

Were you an extra in the filming of the Bourne Legacy?
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Very nice shot, Fred! Sorry I missed it earlier.

Were you an extra in the filming of the Bourne Legacy?
Thank you Ted

Yes, that was me who jumped between the two mountain peaks
near the beginning of the movie .
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