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Old Jan 31, 2007, 9:02 PM   #1
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A friend calls me at work and tells me that he found a huge flock of ducks at the side of the river. Usually all aquatic birds leave Canada in winter due to heavycold and frozen lakes/rivers. Well, quite few birds were fooled by the warm weather and stayed behind. The weather the last few dayswas - 28C to -35Cwith the windchill factor!! Left work early afternoon and went to the river. People were feeding the ducks, that gave me the opportunity to get close and started shooting. Critique, comments welcome. Enjoy.


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Very nice wildlife series. They look cold.

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Geez, Emmanuel, I think you have domesticated them. They are coming toward you chickens at feeding time. LOL

Really nice shots. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for commenting Roger.Yes, they are cold and hungry. The weather turned very nasty lately.
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