Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Ducks. . . duck

I could not believe how fast these ducks moved. That is . . . either my camera is really slow or they know how to "duck" out of a photo fast! I don't think there was one that looked the same as I saw it through my lens as I pushed the button to take the photo. Ü I enjoyed them anyway even tho they never once looked at my camera!


SandyCarlson said...

This couple got away from me, too--flew West and eluded you! They are wild fast. Fun shots!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Funny, Paulie! Yes, a duck that doesn't want to be photographed can move very fast indeed. ;-)

dot said...

They might have been quick but you still got some good shots!

Malyss said...

Ducks don't like paparazzi!But you got them anyway!!

RuneE said...

Birds can be really fast when the choose to, so keep the shutter at the fastest setting. I have been "burned" plenty of times.

Cindi said...

It's really hard to get an animal to look at you straight on and to stay there long enough for the camera to do its thing and get the shot taken. That's why it takes at least 10 shots of my cats to get just 1 good one. The ducks look very content though, and that's good!

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