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KBan Plus
11 495 4 England
29 Oct 2006 11:08PM
wow so sharp

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29 Oct 2006 11:08PM
Very cute,lovely shot with excellent detail.

SuziBlue Plus
14 16.2k 10 Scotland
29 Oct 2006 11:10PM
Chicks? With November just round the corner? That's a bit worrying - unless there's something about duck breeding habits I don't know.

But that's a delightful photograph - the composition works a treat and the focus is just right isn't it.

Hope he's a strong little thing with winter round the next bend. 8-[
User_Removed Junior Member 10 51
29 Oct 2006 11:14PM
This is a charming image John, sharp and beautifully presented within the space. I can't see it flying south for the winter so lets hope it's OK. Great shot.

liparig Plus
12 233 United States
30 Oct 2006 6:54AM
love this shot soo cute and great detail
AlanBW Plus
11 20 England
30 Oct 2006 7:02AM
Beautiful detail - and totally delightful
redstag Plus
11 100 15 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2006 8:01AM
'Ey oop mi Dook!' (Ancient Nottinghamshire greeting!)
Great shot, well taken. Brilliant dof. Hope he makes it through the winter.
CathyT Plus
10 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2006 12:05PM
Gosh thats a late one.I hope he survives as well.nice shot
PatrickSmith Plus
12 1.2k 2 United States
3 Nov 2006 4:46AM
That is a good question. I'm not sure how wildlife is being affected by the warming trend.


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