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  1. Even though mallards are common, they are still cute…they have a certain folksy charm to them. 😀 And you can’t beat that iridescent green!

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    1. I can imagine the two of them dancing at a folk music festival or quacking along with some banjos and a steel guitar! 😀 They aren’t as exciting to see as some rarer ducks but they do look very pretty in good light.

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      1. Hahaha! Contra dancing ducks? Bluegrass loving ducks? 😀 Yeah, common ducks are better than no ducks.

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  2. They are really cute and beautiful 😍

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    1. Thanks, Snehal! I’m happy that you like their beauty. 🙂

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  3. A lovely portrait of the happy couple! 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Lynn! I’m glad you enjoyed the pretty pair. 🙂

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      1. They’re so perfectly posed, and I love the drops of water on him.

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  4. What a handsome pair they are! Your photograph of them is beautiful. The light on their chests is really nice as is the feather texture.

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  5. Thanks so much for your delightfully awesome compliments, Deborah! 🙂

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  6. Salut Myriam,
    Très chouette cette photo, qu’ils sont mignons sur leur îlot de glace 🙂

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    1. Heureuse que les canards te plaisent :-). Vive les belles journées d’hivers! (En espérant, que l’hivers prochain soit court et pas trop froid (mais quand même sous 0)) 😉

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      1. Ah oui, j’espère bien sous 0°C pour toi car sinon on risque de se retrouver en short et en tong par chez moi !!! 😉

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        1. Je te souhaite beaucoup de journées de pantalons cet hiver et ainsi, le Snæfellsjökull gardera sa petite calotte blanche un peu plus longtemps. 😉

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          1. Ah oui oui oui, ça serait bien ça parce que là-haut franchement les glaciers morflent ces dernières années 😦 Bon allez une moyenne à -15 °C entre décembre et février et quelques petits -30 -35 °C par ci par là ça te va pour Edmonton ? 🙂

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            1. Je vais apprécier les -35 °C à l’intérieur d’un bâtiment chaud et bien isolé, en pensant que c’est bon pour les glaciers. 🙂

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