Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Don't Drop It


1/800 sec. f/6.3 ISO 160

Linking to Wordless Wednesday


26 comments:

Linda said...

That really is the perfect moment! Beautiful shot...thanks for joining in this week!

Andy said...

Humans have the same problem. It's called the runny nose.

Kerri said...

LOVE this Brian!! Super catch!

Beth Edwards said...

love the curly tail. (:

Stewart M said...

That bottle green on the head of these ducks is such a great colour! If these birds were rare people would travel half way around the world to see them!

Thanks for linking to WBW

Stewart M - Australia

EG CameraGirl said...

Beautiful image!

Tanya said...

i feel like i can reach out and touch him!

Gary Jones said...

Brian, a beautiful shot of a male Mallard

MTWaggin said...

Lovely just lovely. Did you notice the drop before you processed it? I know I wouldn't have.

Pamela Gordon said...

Stunning photo Brian!

TexWisGirl said...

he's gorgeous. i like how the drop already seems to be separated from his bill in the reflection. :)

Beth said...

Just beautiful!

JOY @ http://joysjotsshots.blogspot.com/ said...

Love the vivid colors of these ducks. such contrast between the green and yellow. Gotta love nature's art. enJOYed

Debbie said...

cute little tail curl and a great reflection!!

Carletta said...

Stunning shot of the mallard!

Gillian Olson said...

You caught the moment perfectly Brian.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Gorgeous water reflection and water drop shot. And when the sunlight hits just right on that green, it's more beautiful than an emerald.

gtyyup said...

Gorgeous color...perfect reflection!

Andrew said...

A beautiful shot Brian... great title

Leenie said...

Sending Mr. Greenhead a box of kleenex.

Jan n Jer said...

awesome catpure Brian!

Lindsjö taxar said...

Captured in the right moment! Great!

Rustic Vintage Country said...

Super duper!!

pattisjarrett said...

WOW Nice shot.

Mary said...

Haaaa...yes..one water drop!

Liz said...

Gorgeous shot! I love the colours of the Mallard and that reflection is lovely!