A Walk on the Water

© James R. Jackson

A Walk on the Water

Uploaded: July 16, 2004

Description

This fellow was giving chase to a female mallard, and although it looks as if he is attempting to fly (or land), he is actually just walking on the water in his chase. Late afternoon; handheld; auto focus; sports setting; Canon 100mm macro lens

Comments

Jill A. Johnson July 16, 2004

wonderful capture James!!!
can feel his speed :) #148504

James R. Jackson July 16, 2004

Thanks, Jill! #650718

Kevin Lings July 16, 2004

Brialliant, tells a story #650797

William A. Estes July 16, 2004

Great lighting and stop action. Congratulations. - andy #650827

Colette M. Metcalf July 16, 2004

Great capture!! #650884

James R. Jackson July 16, 2004

Kevin, William, and Colette (Hi, Mrs. C!), thanks for the comments! Jay
#651003

Cindy Cone July 16, 2004

Great action capture! #651255

James R. Jackson July 19, 2004

Cindy, thanks so much! I really enjoyed your gallery. The Great Blue Heron shots were especially wondrous to me. Keep shooting! Jay
#657832

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