Together We Fly!

F/13.0, 1/640, ISO 400.


As a scarecrow, people say I’m outstanding in my field.

But hay, it’s in my jeans.

Interesting Fact: Mallards, like other ducks, shed all their flight feathers at the end of the breeding season and are flightless for 3–4 weeks. They are secretive during this vulnerable time, and their body feathers molt into a concealing “eclipse” plumage that can make them hard to identify. ( )


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  1. Wow what a shot! It could be used for one of those Inspirational Posters with a variety of symbolic references, especially something about couples or marriage or something! beautiful!

    Thanks. I love DUCKS!!

  2. That is a beautiful photograph, and I had no idea that certain ducks were temporarily flightless. Great post, and I always get a chuckle at your jokes. Thanks!

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