Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Watery Wednesday: Mallards

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Can you tell whether I’m real or just a garden ornament?

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Oh I like this flower-bed! The colours suit me, don’t you think?

11 comments:

  1. Nestled among the marigolds, the mallard looks quite comfortable!


    MIST ON THE OCEAN

    Mist on the ocean,
    Mist on the sea,
    Mist on the meadow,
    Mist on the tree;

    Dew on the grasses,
    Dew on the rose,
    Dew in the garden,
    Dew on my clothes;

    All of this wetness,
    It’s plain to see,
    Promises blessings
    For you and me!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Papaoneone Beach, Makaha, Hawaii

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  2. The Mallard duck adds that little something extra that just makes the flowerbed go over the top! The male mallard has such beautiful colouring, doesn't he?


    The Gardening Life

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  3. Oh my goodness, how beautiful! His green head and all those colorful flowers! Nature's centerpiece!!

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  4. i knew you were real--you got the patience of a supermodel.:p

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  5. i think they are real, if not they are the most realistic i have ever seen, real or not they are beautiful

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  6. I think the mallard believes he's a flower. :) I hope he doesn't think he's hiding.

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  7. Beautiful shots!

    Late Visiting for WW, here's my Watery Wednesday. Drop by when you can, thanks!

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  8. What a beautiful duck! Especially when he's surrounded by flowers.

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  9. My first thought was he's too glossy to be real. But maybe yours are that shiney? Either way, he sure knows how to add splendour to a flower garden.

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  10. Both the mallards are real. Those 'hiding' in the flowers were keeping so still though that for a moment I almost wondered myself!

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  11. Mr. Mallard knows the marigolds bring out the color in his eyes. Great shots!

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