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By strokebloke  
To understand the title you will need to have followed the fortunes of the wildlife on our local lake during the course of the last week. Sufficient to say that, dredging work having ceased for the weekend, the lake has re-filled and at least some of the wildlife has returned. You will have to go to my website for the whole story. Wink

Tags: Photo journalism Wildlife and nature Peace Restored

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Jestertheclown Plus
7 7.1k 249 England
13 Oct 2012 5:31PM
Interesting series Jack.

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13 Oct 2012 6:00PM
My my my ! What an exquisite image - love the ducks in bronze !! Altogether beautiful photo Smile
strokebloke Plus
7 493 17 England
13 Oct 2012 6:30PM
The 'bronze' is actually the reflection of the jib of an excavator, on the bank of what is actually a small pond (though locally is referred to as the lake) which is engaged upon a dredging operation. So the effect is slightly artificial Grin But no less pleasing for that.
The setting sun does add to the 'glow' of the shot admittedly. I was fortunate.
The gull is quite content to stand upon an only-just-submerged tree branch, excluded from the 'fowl-community' Smile

Thank you for your kind comments
bobsblues 6 10 2 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2012 8:16PM
A super capture and love the colour of the water, the reflection of the light on the jib into the water has an excellent effect.Smile
Rob
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1782 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2012 12:20AM
I bet those poor birds wonder what on earth is going on. Looks like they're holding a committee meeting to complain about the disruption.
I thought it was the sunset making the water so gold, Jack. I can see from what you say that it's only partly that, so the jib has effectively enhanced the sunset reflection.
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2012 10:02PM
Excellent shot I love those colours and it is very nicely composed, very well done

Hugh

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