Wood Duck Reflections

© Pamela K

Wood Duck Reflections

Uploaded: July 19, 2005

Description

Male Wood Duck taking a drink; Rio Grande Zoo, Albuquerque; ISO 100 f/5.6 1/400sec, Canon 70-300 DO IS @ 300mm; Feedback greatly appreciated!

Comments

Phil Sauvey July 19, 2005

Male Wood Ducks are so colorfully beautiful! You sure captured this one well, Pam. The color and detail is just super and I also like the reflection you captured here. Another great wildlife photo for your collection! #281132

Dan Holm level-classic July 19, 2005

Beautiful, Pam!! Awesome reflection!! Love those colors and your excellent capture, too! #1612362

Paul Michko July 20, 2005

Beautiful portrait, Pamela. #1612537

Colette M. Metcalf July 20, 2005

Beautiful, Pam!! #1612746

Pamela K July 20, 2005

Thank you, Phil, Dan, Paul, and Colette!!!!

Pam #1614266

KHAWLA Haddad July 20, 2005

Very pretty Pam love the colors on it well don!! #1614549

Joyce ONeil July 20, 2005

Very nice image! #1614551

Pamela K July 20, 2005

Thank you, Kelly and Joyce!!

Pam #1614679

Sharon Day level-classic July 20, 2005

Fantastic closeup of this wood duck, Pam!!! I think they must be about the most ornamental looking duck there is! Well done! #1615936

Pamela K July 21, 2005

Thank you, Sharon!! Definitely the most ornamental native to the US...

:-)
Pam #1617572

Marilou Olejniczak July 21, 2005

Wow Pam, such vibrant colors!!! I love it! It is beautiful!! #1618290

Pamela K July 21, 2005

Thank you, Marilou!!

Pam #1618827


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