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Photo Of The Day By Gene Putney
Photo By Gene Putney
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Wood Duck Drake” by Gene Putney. Location: Littleton, Colorado.
“During autumn, one of my favorite birds to photograph is wood ducks,” says Putney. “This wood duck drake was swimming in my direction and into a good spot where the autumn colors were very colorful. Its mirror-like reflection was certainly an extra bonus.”
See more of Gene Putney’s photography at www.putneynatureimages.com.
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