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Feeding time

Posted by
ursulakatariina (Turku, Finland) on 17 June 2013 in Animal & Insect.

The Artist had some bread on his hand and this mallard wanted to have the bread.

Panasonic DMC-GH2 1/200 second F/11.0 ISO 1600 96 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Fortunately, they do not have teeth.

17 Jun 2013 5:57am

@Jypyä Pop: But they do have quite sharp edges on their beak.

Devi from Chennai, India

Lovely shot...she seems so friendly :-)))

17 Jun 2013 7:15am

@Devi: Thank you. He is very friendly and many times follows us around on our walks.

Oiva from Turku, Finland

A nice picture, mallard are there so tame as ours! Warn artist, they can bite! :-))Haleja.

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17 Jun 2013 8:22am

@Oiva: Thank you.
These are super friendly, always following us around.

Jeff from Pembroke Dock, United Kingdom

Nice shot !..But tell the Artist thats not the way your supposed to stuff a duck . ;>))

17 Jun 2013 3:21pm

@Jeff: Thank you!
The Artist says that it is easier to stuff a living duck from this end... :)

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

OH this is precious - how trusting they are!

17 Jun 2013 5:16pm

@Ruthiebear: Thank you. They are really wonderful birds.

Philnz from Ngatea, New Zealand

Lovely shot must be very tame ducks

17 Jun 2013 6:55pm

@Philnz: Thank you. They are really tame, almost like pets but luckily they live on the lake and not in the house. :)

Christine from Ellemford, United Kingdom

Fabulous capture of these two

17 Jun 2013 8:46pm

@Christine: Thank you!

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Think you're revealing too much here, a full wrist!
Lovely stuff

17 Jun 2013 8:52pm

@The Mouse: Hehe, I was thinking that the wrist might be too much... :) No I wasn't.
Thank you!

Panasonic DMC-GH2
1/200 second
ISO 1600
96 mm (35mm equiv.)