That Crazy Guy With The Camera Again

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I would love to listen in on this conversation. I mean, what could they be taking about? The weather? Maybe the crazy guy on the bridge taking their photo. I’m sure that’s it.

~ Rick


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Ducks on cold water ...

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Even the ducks looked cold on this spring morning. It was cold. The second photo was taken earlier, on the same chilly morning. They were all hunkered down, trying to get warm. 

The lighting was very different in these two photos. I shot the 1st one before the sunrise was complete, and the second shot after the lighting was better. They are very different photos. 

~ Rick  


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“Duck love is recognizable in any language.”

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The quote is from the book, “King Perry”, by Edmond Manning. I am not absolutely certain, but I believe this is a duck couple. They couple appear to have just had a spat. Cute, but why swim upstream? 

This second photo is from Las Vegas. I was having a late lunch and this duck swims up beside me. There was two of them, but this is the better photo. They were not interested in swimming .. it was all about my food:).   

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 ~ Rick


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Disturbing the ducks

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As you walk along the bike path near the Great Miami River, you will often find ducks and turtles in the algae. These two were just trying to find some quiet time ... then I showed up with my camera.

I understand the value of some peace and quiet, away from the ‘busy life’, so I took a few pictures, and left them to enjoy the quiet time they were seeking. Try it! 

~ Rick


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