Des Canards

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  1. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    OK, I don't normally shoot birds (or living things other than flowers maybe) so I'm aware these images are not world beaters. I just thought they weren't bad enough to merit deletion.

    Can anybody help me ID these winged specimens here? (yes, I'm very duck-ignorant)


    D70s with Tamron 28-75mm, f/5 @ 75 mm, 1/1000, ISO 200



    D70s with Tamron 28-75mm, f/9 @ 66 mm, 1/320, ISO 200

    Thanks for looking (and for the help with the IDs).
     
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    Mallards. Male and Female. ??? a CPOL.... anyway, pretty sweet shots Fredrico.
     
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    Thanks kundalini! (No CPOL... only filters I have are UV... I make do with what I have... and it shows, LOL!)
     
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    Ya just basic Mallards. Males are the more colorful ones.
     
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    Thanks Big. I would've thought it was the other way around, but you're right.
     

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