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    Chivalry at the duck pond

    Not the best shots in the world, but I liked the story.

    Lazy afternoon, not paying too much attention
    Chivalry at the duck pond

    TROUBLE - better get up
    Chivalry at the duck pond

    Protection - when her mate got up the others moved out, and he moved in closer and stood gaurd
    Chivalry at the duck pond

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    Re: Chivalry at the duck pond

    Must be crazy ducks all over the world. cheers Wendy

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    Re: Chivalry at the duck pond

    They're probably more loyal and affectionate than people!

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    Re: Chivalry at the duck pond

    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    They're probably more loyal and affectionate than people!
    LOL, Yeah, sometimes it seems even a duck could easlily step over that bar.

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    Re: Chivalry at the duck pond

    Cute story and nice shots. It would look good as a triptych. Was she sitting on a nest?

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    Re: Chivalry at the duck pond

    It is that time of the year for ducks. We have a couple swimming in our pool.

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