They are definitely sticking together, aren't they?
What a beautiful sight. Great shot
Peaceful place and great photo!
What a pretty scene, with the water, brdige and the cute ducks!
Oooo...I really like this shot. It's so serene and peaceful.
That is so lovely. On a hot day that looks like a cool place to relax.
Peaceful scene.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Such a beautiful scene of green foliage, calm water and colourful swimmers!
Beautiful scene. Love to visit Japanese Gardens too. Great capture.
When do the mallard babies appear? We sport a few pair of mallards up here too, I thought they would have been birthed by now, but I have yet to see any ducklings. And such lush, lush greenery. Gotta love the tropics. To me Texas is tropical!
A delightfully green and summery shot.
Oh yeah, could be that they are nesting under that bridge. Tranquil place for them I guess, just like us humans we do want to be in uncrowded places at times. :) Thanks for the visit!
That looks so refreshing and calming.
What a lovely picture -- I love ducks and often we go to our city park with bread in hand to feed them.
Oh, my! Is it a boy? Is it a girl? (giggles!)I love Japanese Gardens and I am 5 miles away to one!Your photo is so sharp!
Lovely scne..maybe there are babies?
Hey Snap, I just happened to check your blog --since I hadn't heard from you in awhile... Found out that I am no longer following you ---so none of your posts are coming up on my Updater. SORRY--I have no idea how that happened... Love seeing the Japanese Garden in Hermann Park. Hope you two are doing okay... I have missed you.Hugs,Betsy
I believe there are different types of love, this one in this picture is so sweet!Luna :) - WE LOVE LUNA
So tranquil to watch a duck family floating by on a summery day. I thought of you last night when I had my cup of tea, Snap. I put the used bag carefully on the teeny tea bag holder (unfortunately not Limoges...).
magnificent, quite peaceful place!
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