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Dubes Silver Member Awarded for his high level of achievement and willingness to help others – most notably in wildlife photography. Nikonian since 16th Jun 2007Fri 11-Jan-13 05:51 PM
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"A selection of wintering ducks in Ontario"


Mississauga, CA
          

A number of shots taken over the past few days of our resident winter waterfowl. I enjoy sharing my experiences with you, and now that I'm fully retired, I now have more time to spend doing what I enjoy doing. I post them to share with the community here, but please do not feel obliged to comment, as I've taken up too much space and time here recently. However, if there is something you particualrly like or dislike, I do enjoy hearing from you.

All images D300 + Nikkor 600mm VR + 1.4TC

Long-tailed Duck - male
ISO320, f/8, 1/1000sec, -0.3EV





Long-tailed Duck - female
ISO320, f/7.1, 1/500sec





Common Goldeneye - male
ISO400, f/9, 1/500sec, -0.3EV





Common Goldeneye - male
ISO320. f/7.1. 1/1000sec





Ruddy Duck - male (winter plumage) - A relatively small duck and usually quite timid. I was pleased that a raft of these floated by fairly close after sitting behind a fallen tree.
ISO400. f/6.3, 1/500sec





Ruddy Duck - male (breeding plumage) - out of a raft of approx. 70 Ruddy Ducks, all the males were in winter plumage except for this individual. According to Sibley's guide, this normally occurs in March. Hopefully a harbinger to an early spring!
ISO400, f/6.3, 1/500sec, -0.3EV





Bufflehead - male
ISO320, f/6.3, 1/1250sec, -0.3EV





Greater Scaup -female
ISO400, f/6.3, 1/640sec





Redhead - male
ISO400, f/6.3, 1/320sec, -0.3EV




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Scotty45 Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Mar 2010Fri 11-Jan-13 06:58 PM
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Another excellent series Richard. I always look forward to viewing your posts. I'm sure i'm not alone there. Thank you for sharing them.....Scotty.

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Your bird pictures are always excellent with your 600mm lens.

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Thank you James, thanks for stopping by.

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Thanks Scotty, I'm pleased you enjoyed them.

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Beautifully captured series Richard thanks for inspiring me yet again
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My pleasure Adam, I enjoy sharing them and I'm glad you enjoyed them.

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Congratulations on your retirement and thanks for giving us such a great retirement gift with these fantastic images. Enjoy everyday and make it count.

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Thanks Rick, got lots of stuff to do around the house as well, but can now get out 2-3 times a week if weather cooperates.

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Outstanding set Richard!

#1 is really something special. You can never post too often - your work is an inspiration.


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Dave, thank you very much. I wish I'd started this years a go!

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Ah yes, ducks indeed Richard. I really like the water in the first goldeneye shot. Love to see the curvature in the eye on the ruddys, and the breeding plumage is a bonus. Great iridescence on the bufflehead.

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Hi Jim and thank you. Always a pleasure to hear your comments.

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beautiful shots Richard. I think the first shot is the best photo I have seen of a Long-tailed Duck

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Very kind of you Dave, thanks so much.

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Hi Richard,
I have to echo Dave and say congratulations on your being "fully" retired. I imagine that 600 will really get a workout now!

I really like #1 for its unique body position capture. And the small rivulets of water coming off the small feathers on the wings (coverlets? -- sorry, I used to know my terminology so much better) really add a great touch in my opinion.

I also love the really low angle and composition of the first ruddy duck and the scaup. Both put the viewer right there with the bird.

The others are definitely keepers as well, but for some reason, these 3 just jump out at me.


Take care, and thanks for sharing.
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Thanks again Chuck - I guess by flapping their wings once in while, it fluffs them up and prevents them from getting waterlogged after diving ( I think the feathers are "covets"). I also love the low angle and much prefer it over pointing down at the ducks, but sometimes I can't get close enough to lie on the beach and have to stay hidden in the weeds on shore.

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Thanks Alex.

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Outstanding! The weather is not keeping you back! I have not seen any of these types of ducks in Ottawa, I will have to keep looking!

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Mississauga, CA
          

Once again Victor, thank you and appreciate you taking the time to comment. The cold weather doesn't bother me (even though we've had 2 recording breaking temperatures over the past 2 days, with lots of rain).

I'm fortunate to be close to the shores & bays of Lake Ontario, many of which stay ice-free all winter, so I'm afforded a lot more opportunities.

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Powerful set of images Richard! I can't help but notice the beautiful water patterns in #3 the Common Golden-eye. Was this something you created in post?

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Thanks Scott - that is actually as photographed and no PP was added. I've had to happen a few times, but never pin-pointed why. I believe it's certain light conditions and generally caused by a light breeze on the water surface. I'll have to pay more attention as to how this effect is created.

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Awesome series, Richard. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Mississauga, CA
          

My pleasure John, thank you.

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Beautiful series here Richard

Perfect light for shooting too it looks like. I found a small stream fed pond in Springville this weekend loaded with many of these same species. The property belongs to a guy who cares for the birds and has dozens of them including Asian and South American varieties as well.

I'm hoping to get down there when the light looks like this some weekend. Great color and detail in these birds...really enjoyed looking at these.

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Mississauga, CA
          

Thanks Peter, good luck in your pursuit and looking forward to seeing the results.

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Outstanding series Richard! You really know how to capture the detail in each duck. I like the Ruddy drake best!

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Mississauga, CA
          

Thanks Vaughn for your comment & feedback.

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