- pekkavalo1 (6789)
- [2009-01-12 16:30]
Great capture of this Steamer Duck seeming to enjoy his afternoon nap; good POV and composition, sharp fine details, natural habitat in the BG.
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2009-01-12 16:39]
excellent photography of this beautiful South America duck
shot with fine POV, DOF and framing, beautiful luminosity,
excellent sharpness and details, TFS
- Noisette (7821)
- [2009-01-12 16:45]
I have never see streamer duck before, it is are very beautiful
duck, I like his plumage very much. His colors makes a good camouflage in this rocks
very good composition
- Adanac (21378)
- [2009-01-12 19:31]
This is my first time seeing this species so thank you very much for the excellent image and note Ferran.
- eng55 (5892)
- [2009-01-13 1:00]
Very nice shot.It's new to me.Well caught and composed.
Thanks for posting.
- uleko (10940)
- [2009-01-13 2:24]
This vicious duck is new to me! When left in peace it is obviously quite docile though!! Well captured in beautiful light showing its lovely plumage. Very interesting!
Many thanks and regards, Ulla
- septimiu_nemes (2161)
- [2009-01-13 10:54]
great capture , perfect light and fine details ,
- ingridshaul (0)
- [2010-02-10 7:33]
After three weeks of absence I hoped to find a new photo from you as a sign of life..
Helas nothing. Ergo I chose one of your many postings, this lonly, sad looking duck.
It should not have been cold at that time of the year. May be it was raining? I had this discussion with other members - who did not want to believe me - that ducks are miserable in the rain, when I posted the photo of a wet Wood Duck, see link Link
I guess you shot this photo at low tide...
The natural colours emphasise the poor degenerated feathers; may be it is upset, because it can not fly :-)
I really miss seeing your work. It is always a pleasure to view your photos i.e. the perfect photographic technique, the interesting subjects and informative notes.
Have a nice evening,