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Friday, August 12, 2011

Photohunters: One


I have a lot of photographs where ducks and geese are crowded together on logs or rocks.
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I don't have very many shots where one individual stakes out a perch to stand alone.
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As a matter of fact, this week I had my eyes peeled to find one duck, goose, or even a flower standing alone and when I spotted the guys above, I thought I'd take both shots and pick one for this week's theme. Since I couldn't decide which to use I'm posting both since each one is one bump on its own log. For other participants take on the theme: one, click for the home of photohunters.

16 comments:

Sue said...

I like both bumps on the log :) And yes, it is difficult to find them alone isn't it. :) Happy weekend, and happy photo hunting!

Mar said...

Both are great shots of one duck at a time :) Happy weekend, Carver!

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Life Ramblings said...

these are wonderful photos for the theme. happy weekend.

Annie said...

I'm glad you posted them both - nice looking ducks!

ewok1993 said...

great shots carver. i had a tough time with this theme though :) so i had to recycle an old photograph.

happy weekend.

Liz said...

They are gorgeous!

Have a fabulous weekend.

Liz @ MLC

jams o donnell said...

Now that's a really nice take on the theme. They are beautiful birds!

ancient one said...

Two beautiful shots... love them!

Cildemer said...

They are both wonderful!
My favourite is the second one though;o)

jmb said...

Very nice photos Carver. You do birds so well! Have a great weekend.

YTSL said...

Both are nice photos. Can see how you couldn't resist posting just one of them! :)

EastCoastLife said...

Are they wild ones? Would people hunt them for food?

Julie said...

I'm sure glad you showed those two photos :) and yes it is quite difficult to see ducks alone :D

EG Wow said...

I'm glad you included both!

luna miranda said...

and they even posed for you!;P
a lone duck seems strange...i always see them in groups.

Nicole said...

Lucky you, you caught them :D
Beautiful photos of those fellows!