Mallard in the woods

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  1. Michaelaw

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great detail, perfect exposure. I guess it wasn't precisely "bright" outside when you took this.
    Do you begin to see signs of spring, other than Mrs Mallard looking for a nesting place? The haselnut bushes are blooming here, as are the birches and alders (those trees get a sheen of red when that happens and for years and years I didn't know that said sheen was the trees in flower!).
     
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    Thanks Corinna...It was overcast so I was at ISO 800 because it was also a darkish spot in the woods. There are some signs that spring is on the way which really excites me because with spring comes animals and especially baby animals which I really am goinf to focus on this year..
     
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    Great pic, the duck stands out really well from the background. :)
     

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