Good Morning. Very pretty reflection shots this morning. Have a great day.
What interesting colors in that pond!
Morning Tex....no snakes :) Love these shots. Hug B
I'm glad there's no snakes, they give me the shivers. The wood duck is so handsome in his pink grassy pond.JB
What interesting colors - beautiful!Nice day Crissi
Hahaha...OK cute but what is That in the water right behind the duck..??...lovely weekend Ria...x!
Hello, Love the wood duck and the turtles. Pretty reflection images! Have a happy Friday and weekend ahead!
Snakes do not think there are nice ones in your colored pond. Regards.
I'm glad there wasn't any snakes around! :)
His feathers definately compliment the algae
they all look like they don't have a care in the world to me
Does that algae post any problems for the inhabitants of the pond? I know around here we are having some dangerous red algae blooms. I sure hope not!
He's a real cutie! Your last photo looks like a painting, very pretty!
Good Morning. Gorgeous reflection shots you captured. Lazy hazy days of summer have arrived. We dried out a bit yesterday but our town has a major road flooded and closed.Have a nice weekend. cm
Pretty colours in the pond. The turtles look like they're barely hanging on. I hope you have a really nice weekend!
Morning, love that Wood Duck, such a handsome fellow.Blessings Francine.
ohhh...red algae in Florida closes beaches. Yuck
Log floaters.....Red Algae isn't good is it?MB
Everything is just ducky!
The wood duck looks as if he's floating on the duckweed. The reflections are beautiful.
Pretty colors here today. And the wood duck/turtles are added pluses.
i have never seen red algae. Interesting.
Them turtles needs a bigger spot to sun themselfs.(sorry ... for a minute i had a Bad Grammar Friday.)
Love the wood duck and the turtles.Best regards, Irma
A peaceful scene....snake-free.
Good! No snake surprises! Lovely wood duck and its reflection!
I love the colours in these shots, Tex! And the handsome duck of course.
Your duck may be alone, but he doesn't appear lonesome. :)Quiet picture this morning.
Your pond looks pretty in pink.
The algae adds color and interest to what the duck are doing. An interesting picture of the local action.
Gosh I missed two posts. Your ducks look happy. I love looking back at how it was. Also I need wide open places too. I love seeing how full you pond is now. I hope you have a lovely Friday!
The drake really stands out well!
um, yeah....that's pink ;)
They are colorful fellows!! And a colorful pond as well!! Always love the water shots!!
Love these guys...don't know why, but they make me chuckle!
I am however surprised of the red color of the water.Greetings,Filip
no difficulty figuring out why they call it duckweed :-)
Red Duck Weed ... have never seen it or heard of it. Is this native to Texas? Whatever, combined with an awesome Wood Duck Drake it throws a great reflection. Very nice, Theresa ...Andrea @ From The Sol
At last, At last...your comment form opened up! I hate to think how many times I have clicked to try to comment and now I don't remember what I wanted to say! I think something about loving that handsome fellow's reflection!
Love the reflections of the Wood Ducks but I have never seen pink Algae.
What a beautiful shades of red and green color scheme nature provided for us to enjoy
tres jolies couleurs :o)
Would be fun to see the turtles climbing on a floating log.
Hi Theresa, Wood Ducks are in my top four favorite ducks. Gorgeous! Have a wonderful day today!
Why your pond is pink? In Poland sometimes is green but not pink one
That red algae is a bit otherworldly. Mr. Duck knows he can stand out anywhere though. ;)
I've never seen red duckweed -- it really is a perfect backdrop for the colorful woodduck and makes lovely reflections!
I'm another who's never seen red duckweed, only green.Hope you missed the worst of the recent Texas rain I've been reading about.
The beautiful colors of your pond.Reflections in the water are fantastic.I wish you a nice weekend.Kisses and greetings.Lucia
a great duck, escapees on this side of the pond, but a beautiful species wherever you are lucky enough to see them.
Snakes are people, too!O.K. maybe not.But I so seldom see a snake, it seems a successful snapshot is so satisfying.~
The touch of red on the water is neat. We don't see that weed up my way.
Great shot! Aloha
My favourites, the Wood Duck, I love 'em.
No surprises, just beautiful life, out on the pond. Hope the ducks that eat duckweed get to it!
Great duck reflection.
Very pretty shots, Theresa. Is the duckweed an invasive plant? Have a great day. Jo
The duckweed is a pretty color, but could it become problematic?
Really beautiful colors !Greetings
The perfect little perch! A truly unique picture.
His pink breast blends right in with the pink on water.
The red is kind of interesting in the pics:@)
The pink-ish red-ish duckweed makes a very pretty addition to the pictures! The Wood Duck's reflection is cool too. Pleasant pastel look to these pictures, Tex!
Lone sentry duty.
Very pretty! The colors are all outstanding!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.comhttps://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer
Love that reflection. Great cap.
King of the Pond he seems to think !
Really interesting with all the pink.
Great shots. Thanks for sharing your pond. Have a great weekend.
wood ducks . . they look painted . . . like pretend ducks, or toys . . i suppose they would resent my calling them cute . . .
Are they 'humpback' turtles? hahahahahaha
Almost looks like he's just walking on the duckweed!Have a great weekend, Tex.
It was nice to see no snakes about. Great reflections!
You don't mean to say that your whistlers leave you sometimes!
Looks pretty, is that algae good, bad, or indifferent?
Nice shots of the critters floating in the pond. I've never seen red duckweed.
Do not like snakes :) Nice shots!
Dearest Theresa,A very tranquil looking pond indeed. Turtles always cling to a floating piece of wood for sunbathing!Hugs,Mariette
so glad there aren't any snakes! the eyes on the male wood duck doesn't look real. I think that every time I see them.we just got back home from Wilmington. a long afternoon and evening in the rain. it's good to be home!
Interesting colors! Red algae, huh? I'm glad you posted it but I don't think I want any in our pond.
He looks cozy.
The drake is so beautiful, but so is that red duckweed! I've never seen that!
Sure hope that duckweed doesn't take over!
Nice pictures, exquisite reflections in the water!
Wow! Very colorful!
No snake is a good snake. Does the algae pose a problem for the animals at all? Just wondering.......
Sometimes, "no surprises" is a good thing! Still great reflections on the pond.
Good gravy! Even your pond is color coordinated!!!...:)JP
Handsome Wood Duck floating along there close enough for you to catch a picture.Very nice . . .
I loaves water reflections. They were among the first things I learned to paint.
The Wood duck is exquisitely beautiful, but with the red eye manages to look goofy as well. I hadn't noticed before how the white curved feather pattern on the back of his head matches the curve of his bill, so it gives his head a symmetrical look, and the center is lined up with the white streak on his body, which looks great in the reflection!
Beautiful pond scenes!Sometimes no surprises is a good thing, especially when it comes to snakes and other less than cuddly creatures...
Enjoying the colors here! Don't think I've seen red duckweed before.
T, very nice! Love the reflections! I've never seen red duck weed before!
wow, you got some great reflections!
Always enjoy the turtles. So does the algae come in the summer?
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