46 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Green

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  4. ninano

    Oh, really beautifully put together! The duck-close-up is very nice, and the topiary… – I learnt a new word now πŸ™‚

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      1. roughseasinthemed

        I took from the archives too – I mean no-one is going to go and shoot a whole load of different green pix, although it would easy in the gardens here, but I’ve got some of those too for another post, today’s were food, although I missed one out, so maybe for later. I liked your variety though and it works well with your current theme.

        1. colderweather

          In the beginning of the comments, in the WP-post, there was something about that … ‘going out and shoot a new photo’. Did you see that?
          I think most of the people are taking from the archives..

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  9. daydreamer2011

    Wow!! You truly do take AMAZING photos!! I have seen most of them before, but I GLADLY watch at them many times! You are a pro with the camera my friend! My opinion! πŸ˜€

    And I LOVE green too!!

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  11. Deb Weyrich-Cody

    Gorgeous greens and wonderful countryside; but about your Mallards, what’s wrong with this picture? By my count, roughly 7 hens and 35 drakes; why, much as I love their irridescent green heads, is the male-female ratio here completely backwards??

    1. colderweather

      I don’t know what happened, but there are way too many males there. There are way too many DUCKS for that little pond too … people keep feeding them in the Winter so they don’t migrate. They put up a big sign there, explaining why you shouldn’t feed them, but that doesn’t help.

      On Sat, Dec 8, 2012 at 3:52 PM, colderweather

      1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

        Hmm, call me callous if you like, but maybe it’s time for a little duck for Christmas dinner?

              1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

                Ah yes, now I understand the problem lol! Oh well, they’re still a happy looking bunch and check out the glint in his eye and the lustre on that fine fellow in your first frame – if you look close enough, you can actually see his ear: ) Fabulous photo – really well done!


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