F/10.0, 1/400, ISO 320.
Did you hear about the duck who thought he was a squirrel?
It was one tough nut to quack.
Interesting Fact: Migrating Ruddy Ducks stop in a variety of habitats, most often on large, permanent wetlands, lakes, and reservoirs. They spend the winter throughout the southern half of the breeding range, also moving into wintering habitat that spans most of the United States and extends through Mexico to Central America. Their wintering habitat includes freshwater wetlands, lakes, and reservoirs as well as brackish bays, coastal marshes, and tidal estuaries. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Ruddy_Duck/lifehistory )
I love that you get so many good shots of waterfowl. It makes me wish I lived near a larger body of water.
Thank you very much, I am glad that you enjoyed my photos. Yeah I wish that too most of the waterfowl that I take photos of I have to travel far to obtain them. I appreciate you stopping by and taking interest in my work. Happy Blogging! 🙂
My pleasure. I also love the quips.
OMG what a priceless expression! I can only imagine what a duck’s laughing quacks sound like. You capture such fun shots…Bravo!
Thank you very much, I do like to enjoy taking wildlife photos but when I capture them doing something funny or unusual that makes it so much better. As always I really appreciate your feedback and Happy Blogging! 🙂