199. Disguise

This duck thinks he is talking with someone who is disguised as him!  LOL  He just walked up and down this plexiglass wall quacking at his reflection….I wonder what he thought when no one quacked back??   I processed this in black and white because the plexiglass wall was so dirty…thought it took away some of the distractions.

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~ by Tammy on October 6, 2010.

15 Responses to “199. Disguise”

  1. I absolutely love these shots!
    Especially the first one. He has kind of a quizzical look on his face in that one.

  2. If it’s a Duck, “Let;s get down and Boogie” Fun Shot

  3. If it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck…

    very fun catch! What the heck kind of duck is this?

    • You know, I don’t know…he roams around free in our zoo’s jungle and I never can find a sign on him! He is quite funny though and enjoys people!

  4. How cute! He probably wasn’t even aware you were there, lol.

  5. Great catch, i in fact had a cat, growing up named Cleo who did the same thing. Nice Tammy.

  6. Poor, confused fella! I like the b/w treatment.

  7. So funny! The pictures tell the story even without the words.

  8. This is so cute, Tammy. Animals can do the funniest things. I like the black and white processing a lot.

  9. Tammy, these are absolutely priceless! Beautiful little bird and he must of been so frustrated trying to get a response from his reflection. Wonderful catch!

  10. You caught a great moment! LOL. I would also try processing with that Colorsplash app if you got that one. Just wondering how it would turn out, but I do also like the B&W.

  11. This must have been so entertaining! You do know how to capture nature’s best moments! It tells such a good story that I didn’t even notice it was black and white until you mentioned it. Good choice, less distractions.

  12. Would love to get in the duck’s head! LOL:) Love the story told by the images.

  13. Great images and very funny too. You wonder what the duck thinks.

  14. Impressive image of this confused duck….love the B&W treatment.

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