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Old Mar 12, 2011, 12:17 PM   #1
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Stefan Both great shots. The reflections really add to the photos.

May I ask what kind of a duck that is in #1?

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JJ,

thanks a lot for your kind words.
The duck is a mandarin duck (Aix galericulata).

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JJ,

thanks a lot for your kind words.
The duck is a mandarin duck (Aix galericulata).

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Thanks Stefan - Like to see more of your shots of the mandarin duck.

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Thanks Stefan - Like to see more of your shots of the mandarin duck.

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A second picture of the mandarin duck.
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Thanks. That is one neat looking duck.

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Well done Stefan - that little duck is gorgeous, the last shot posted is my fave, the reflection is great. Did you use the TCon again??
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Dyane,

thanks a lot for your compliments.
No, I didn't use the TCON for this shots.
The little pond is in a park and therefore the ducks aren't to shy.

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Great job, Stefan-

Very colorful,very sharp.

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That one has a doll-like look. Unable to believe it is real. Nice shots, keep posting!
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