As hopeless as herding cats methinks.
These look like paintings, Theresa!! So beautiful. Have a wonderful day. blessings ~ tanna
Ha! Cute, but what are you doing up at this hour? I'm in Turkey where it's the middle of the afternoon, but really early in the morning in Texas! :-)
These are gorgeous Tex! I love the metallic gleam of the mallard's heads.
Really great wildlife images.MersadMersad Donko Photography
Pretty ducks and reflections.. Have a happy Friday!
Hi Tex, Very, Very, close! Leaves me smiling ... my luck too. Have a good day. John
Close for sure!
Love them shiny green duck heads. Have a great weekend!
I like green, shimmering August pen in men. Regards.
Beautiful pictures Theresa!Too bad they didn't want to play :DHave a fine day【ツ】Knipsa
Morning Tex oh yes you almost got it:) Hug B
Mallards are incredibly common but I'm always impressed by their colours. Beautiful plumage!
Ha, I bet you were holding your breath:@)
A great array of ducks!
Maybe just maybe you could get them to line up for their food?
LOL and a nice job was done there. Have a fabulous Friday.Best wishes Molly
They really looks like paintings! Beautiful :))
You ALMOST got them all lined up. :)
Yes, it looks like paintings! Lovely photos :)
Excellent! Where there is a will there is a way or maybe they're just minding mama. Good job.
Such lovely photos...I agree that they look like paintings...
by the last photo you had trained them well to line up for you
How did you do that !!! Hah-ha. Such a cute title for those shots.
Almost got them all in a row! The green heads on those mallards really stand out in your pictures.
well organised creatures like soldiers
And all spruced up ready for the breeding season.
Ha ha! They knew what you were up to!
All lined up and ready to go.
Beautiful ducks Tex!!Lovely pictures!Dimi...
You are so fortunate to have these right there!!!...:)JP
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I love the way their heads seem to shine. Great shots.
That sounds ambitious!
Beautiful shots! The RunARound has more birds than most public wildlife areas I've been to. Amazing.
Ahhh Mallards my favorite web footed avian friend. Fond childhood memories of fishing local farm ponds for feisty Tench and sharing my sweetcorn with the pair of Mallards each pond seemed to have.John
Quack quack quack quack quack!
"Come on trooops! We need to protect our pond from the whistlers!""Very good, we're almost there...""Oh yeah. I forgot. We're ducks."~
Not always easy getting our ducks in a row. They are so beautiful!
Love there vibrant color. Great photos. Hugs~
Love those shiny, green heads!!
Those green heads make these ducks very attractive. A fine series.
such gorgeous colors and you certainly have plenty of them there.... Beautiful shots
Surprised a Whistler did not photo bomb in the background.
Every time I see a mallard, whether in real life or in photo, I think to myself that they have the most beautiful green head that I ever did see.
i am wondering what the whistlers think of this???
I ♥ Mallards! Nice series!Lindy
What a beautiful photos of these wild ducks.Best regards, Irma
I see the troups are ganging up against the Whistlers. "Ten paddles at dawn"!
They always see to move wherever you don't want them to go!Great photos...Thanks for putting in the click-box...
You got that right, Theresa.They are not just beautiful, they are in a row too!Have a Beautiful Day!Peace :)
Beautiful Green and Yellow combination for the ducks neck, head and beak.
Close enough! You have way more patience than I do.
Yep, you're getting there! Cute post.
And you did!Linda ❤⊱彡 http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.comhttps://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer
Love those green heads! And beautiful light. Looks like a painting!
Love Mallards. Those shiny heads are irresistible.
The mallards look beautiful with their shiny green heads.
They are respecting each other's space. :)
After yesterday's faux pas, I need to get out of your 'doghouse'. Wow, this is beautiful!Better?hahaha
Just when you think your ducks are in a row, they scatter in all directions. Great reflections.
Very beautiful, delicious ducks! Exquisite pictures!
There's always the one who doesn't want to cooperate.
Looks like they're practicing their synchronized swimming.
I love their green heads. So pretty. Have a heart happy weekend. :)
Those shiny green heads are something else!
What! No Whistlers?
Prawie jak nasze krzyżówki:)
The Mallard is a common duck around here,but I always love seeing that green head.
I love those green heads. They are a very nice grouping.
Like herding cats! Love those ducks!
So handsome, the shiny green-headed boys!
They are beautiful !Greetings
Floating EMERALDS! Wonderful pictures. Keep working on it. I don't see a row.
Very nice. The colors of the mallards are sticking out !
T, Oh my! All those lovely Greenheads! I think they are my all time fav! Must be nice to have them in your back yard!
I love those emerald green heads! Beautiful shots!
What a bunch!
Not always easy to keep your ducks in a row. :-) Nice shots.
You're succeeding! Something I've had problems doing lately! I'm surprised the whistlers tolerated these guys in their territory.
We will soon start to see some of those mallards.
Nothing like that emerald green head of a Mallard. Have always loved it.
Bless you for being such a reliable pal, Tex! [ am sure the ducks feel the same]ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral <3
The ducks are so beautiful. You did a great job of lining them up.Hugs,JB
Love the Quackers all in a row, the green heads are beautiful.Francine.
Handsome chaps, aren't they?
Nice work! You almost had them!
Nice shots, even better title.
So love that green. Beautiful !
Cute "almost". . .That green has to be the best color ever . . .
Their coloring is so pretty.
their green head feathers are so beautiful.
Dearest Theresa,Getting them in a row or not; your pond brings so much joy!Hugs and Happy Valentine's Day.Mariette
I love the colorful Mallards!
great title! the green on the Mallards is so pretty! great color and reflections!
Nice that they are friendly enough to share space. :)
The pond looks busy these days. Almost had your ducks in a row... Ha ha!
It's good to see ducks swimming around. It reminds me of how much I miss an old pond I used to visit that was full of them.
Happy Valentine's Day!
You certainly did. Great shots Theresa :)
You probably need to be patient to shoot such a picture.Greetings,Filip
beautiful captures... lovely and vivid ducks
those are cool! Look just like paintings!
Oh..my they are gorgeous!!
A terrific selection of quackers you have there!Don't you love the iridescent heads on those Mallard drakes?
Lovely ducks! I like the shiny green feathers.
Just look at those bright green heads!! what a handsome lot they are.
I like their green heads, so pretty and vivid.
That bottle green on the males head is such a great colour - if mallard were rare people would travel for miles to see one I think!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
How shiny the mallard drakes' heads are in the sun!
Green little heads all in a row.Love these pics.CM
They were almost in a line, good attempt :)
Beautiful Emerald Heads absolutely POP out at you, Theresa!!!Not very protected from the hunters!!
Also with you lot gewioene mallards. The beautiful green heads of the men colors so beautiful in the sunlight.
Love the bright green and blue feathers!
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