Friday, December 15, 2006

These Ducks are Not Crossing the Street

At Lake Rotoiti, Nelson Lakes National Park, just a couple meters left of this.

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  1. nope... they look very relaxed.. :)

    the cople was just there...

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  2. But it isn't a beach, either is it? That was my first thought, but ...dux on a beach????
    As long as they are happily in theri own environment!
    I've done what you asked, it worked fine. Have you seen that I also changed to beta a couple of hours ago. It was just getting worse & worse. So now this is my turn to test it. Or you can do the same as you asked me. Oh-oh, something looks wrong here. The comments box suddenly doubled!

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  3. I was going to say Ducks on parade, but I guess they are resting in line. Nice shot . The beach looks a bit hard on the feet though.

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  4. Thank you, folks.

    Tr3nta & Photowannabe, I felt like I was invading their privacy.

    Mile Stones, it's Nelson Lakes. I still have one comment!

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  5. Oooooo...yeah, a little rocky...that sand is! LOL! I like how the water and ducks and rocks all take on the same kind of texture..nice one Meg! Four little ducks...all in a row, almost! =)

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  6. A nice beach for ducks, they are not annoyed by tourists who generally don't like to lie down on pebbles! I have no worries with beta, i hope it will be ok for you too. Have a nice weekend!

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  7. I'm sure they are quite pleased NOT to have to cross the street. Is the whole shore rocky or are there sand areas too?

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  8. always a pleasure to see them..lOvely!

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  9. Thank you, ladies.

    Ame, there were heaps more to the right, but one was moving around too much so I concentrated on the sedate ones.

    Alice, thank you, and Bon Weekend to you, too.

    Faye, not sandy for my liking, but closer to the lake is... shall I say pebbly?

    Kris, Thanks.

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  10. You live in a fantastic country... In the country of my dream trip...
    It is good to me observe it through your camera!
    Thank you!

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  11. sophieandersen12/16/2006 6:04 am

    Well would you look at that....our templates ARE remarkably similar!
    Love the ducks-they're always so fun to shoot.

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  12. Earithranduil, NZ is not going anywhere; it'll still be here when you arrive.

    Cris & Deb, geez, do you have to shoot them?

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  13. You have to enlarge it to appreciate it!

    Fabulous, Meg!

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  14. Why, thank yee, sir! It was a good day - warm and still.

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  15. i can see myself lying on the beach with these ducks =)

    lovely.

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  16. This is beautiful photo!

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  17. They were so relaxed and unafraid of people it was amazing. Thanks for your visits.

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  18. ... but they may have crossed a road to reach the beach. LoL !

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