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Pacific Loon

 

Pacific Loon

Nikon D700| Nikkor 200-500mm @460mm| Lexar Professional Digital Film| PS CC 2017

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25 Comments

  1. ❤️!!! Beautiful bird and the colour of the water is lovely. I haven’t seen a Pacific Loon yet but I did get to canoe near a Common Loon this summer which was pretty cool.

  2. Great shot, Deborah! I’m guessing I’ll not see the Pacific Loon over here on the Atlantic Ocean, lol. 🙂

  3. The water is enchanting and seems like it would relax me, whisking me away on a floating gondola. 🙂 The duck is beautiful!

  4. So peaceful Deborah. Perfect for Wordless Wednesday.

  5. So tranquil

  6. Love the colors in the water – a nice contrast to your duck. 🙂

  7. The water looks like it is actually moving. Super Deborah

  8. Beautiful!

  9. I was going to make a joke about Pacific Loon and my ex-wife, but I guess that isn’t appropriate for the start of Lent. Great photo, Deborah.

  10. Oh he looks like a handsome fellow. You did well to capture him, Deborah, I think they like to dive a lot for food 🙂

    • Thank you so much Phil! He didn’t do too much diving on the morning I saw him so I got some nice shots of him thankfully.

      • We (I say ‘we’ I mean Susan) has been trying to photograph a grebe at our local reservoir. Anytime she’s close enough he dives under the water and resurfaces too far away again, the canny little devil 🙂

        • I know how she feels! Those Grebes are a bit skittish, and dive like that when I’m trying to photograph them as well.


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