those are some fun shots....
love the water action. great shots!
I almost posted some bathing shots..mine aren't as good as yours.. It looks like the hunting as been good looking at your side bar...
Wonderfully timed catches , great !!Warm greetings from snowy Finland!
Hi there - splendid shots!Stewart M
Great splish splash captures.
the differences in the duck types is amazing; and fabulous shots/perfection!
These are absolutely fantastic shots! Thanks for sharing :)
What an appropriate title and such wonderful captures!
Looking at your delicious pix, you know how the ducks feel: delicious water, such a joy! Love your post!
what a wonderful series of photos!
WOW....these are fantastic. so close up and so much detail!!i can almost feel the splash....no wait, i DID feel it!!!
and your place looks great, very festive!!
Wow, great shots!
Super ! :)
they really enjoy it, and we love to watch. Nice shots. :)
Great photos. I really like the way the drops of water are frozen in time!
A wonderful theme and your lovely birds all chipped in to make this a great post to see.Many thanks for sharing these beautiful images..
You must have the cleanest ducks around. Great post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
oh my ... those photos are outstanding! I really like that first one.
Great shots, all of them! Bada bing!
Gawwwgous action shots.
Excellent series Brian. What a brilliant idea for a post and brother do you have the shots to make it work. If your getting these shots with your 55-250mm lens I am even more impressed. Wonderful stop action, love the water rolling off the ducks back. To top it off you give us the hysterical kicker with the ducks arse hung out to dry! Thanks for sharing these great moments!
Love that last shot -- exemplifies why I love my ducks so much! :)
Nice fast-shutter captures. Give as new insight to the old saying "like water running off a duck's back"
They sure look like they're having fun! Super shots Brian!
Super! That first one is my absolute favorite!!!
Wow, what lens and settings are you using to freeze the water in motion like that?
Thank you for the kind comments! I appreciate it!Kris - I used a 55-250mm zoom and try to shoot at least 1/1000 and f/8 if the lighting permits.
Birdphotographers.net has the theme this month of birds bathing. Thought you should make a contribution there if you haven't done so already.
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