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© May Lattanzio
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In lemon light - the same night as the one prior. The resident Muscovy drakes. The hunters shot the remaining female. These are the survivors of 3 years on the creeks. They are so tame I had Duck Crossing signs put up at either end of the street.

December 2012

10 responses

  • David de London

    David de London gave props (9 Jan 2013):

    Very well done. Great color, composition.

  • roni sanjaya

    roni sanjaya gave props (9 Jan 2013):

    nice tones

  • Ma. Dolores Guillén Solí­s

    Ma. Dolores Guillén Solí­s gave props (10 Jan 2013):

    Excellent! Love the color and reflection...

  • Lew Harford

    Lew Harford gave props (14 Jan 2013):

    Well described as lemon light. Excellent light!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (19 Jan 2013):

    Upon reflection...WonderfuLight!

  • Lynn E. Harvey

    Lynn E. Harvey gave props (19 Jan 2013):

    Gorgeous reflection and light.

  • May Lattanzio

    May Lattanzio gave props (24 Jan 2013):

    Thanks everyone - and thank you for the spotlights.

  • Geoff Plant

    Geoff Plant gave props (16 Apr 2013):

    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL picture. well spotted and captured

  • MªTeresa Barreda Royo

    MªTeresa Barreda Royo gave props (15 Sep 2015):

    Perfecta !!!!

  • May Lattanzio

    May Lattanzio gave props (26 Apr 2018):

    I just discovered this photo again, and of the three drakes, only one survives. I've been feeding him since 2009, I guess. He must be so lonely. Alligators got two last year. We even bought some hen Muscovies to keep him company and one after the other disappeared. He broke his leg, and it took a long time to heal. When it did, it was frozen and not of any use. I suspected he rebroke it last winter but miraculously, he made it through a vicious winter, and I feed him once a day. I worry when he's missing. He swims easier now, and can put some weight on it.

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