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Mallard Drakes walking on the ice and mirror image.

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Old Tuesday 22nd January 2013, 21:14   #1
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Mallard Drakes walking on the ice and mirror image.

These mallards wouldn't let me get as close as I wanted so telephoto had to do.
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cute video...thanks for sharing it. I saw the same thing a few weeks ago at a local pond.
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