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Swedish Yellow Duck

Posted by
ursulakatariina (Ed, Sweden) on 6 September 2013 in Animal & Insect.

These yellow ducks we met at the Slottsskogen park too.

Panasonic DMC-GH2 1/400 second F/16.0 ISO 400 280 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

The world sees a really interesting animals.

6 Sep 2013 5:36am

@Jypyä Pop: Yep.

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

Lovely looking ducks, love the colours

6 Sep 2013 6:43am

@Alun: Thank you.

Devi from Chennai, India

Never seen such a lovely colour !! They look beautiful and fluffy!!!

6 Sep 2013 11:35am

@Devi: I've never seen them before either...

Oiva from Turku, Finland

Beautiful ducks but look so small! Either the know how fly?:-))Haleja.

Happy beautiful day for both of you!

6 Sep 2013 12:56pm

@Oiva: They weren't much smaller than the regular mallards you see everywhere and yes, they can fly. :)

Uistnomad from North Uist, United Kingdom

Nice photo; I like the ducks and I like the rippled water as well

6 Sep 2013 2:49pm

@Uistnomad: Thank you very much!
Nice to 'see' you again! Just few days ago I was thinking of you and wondering where you have disappeared. :)

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

I had not heard of these. I like that you gave us such nice details of how they look. I also like the ripply water.

6 Sep 2013 5:22pm

@Ruthiebear: I never knew about these before either...
Thank you very much!

The Mouse from Barcelona, Spain

They look beautiful, nice looking gentle zoo

6 Sep 2013 8:03pm

@The Mouse: It is a nice zoo, not like any other I have visited.

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

I guess they are this years brood, getting ready for their adult feathers

6 Sep 2013 10:19pm

@CElliottUK: I think so too.

Panasonic DMC-GH2
1/400 second
ISO 400
280 mm (35mm equiv.)