Lovely narure and indeed very nice reflections.Wish you a good weekend.Joop
Great pictures you show.Wishing you a good weekend :)Hanne Bente
Chestnut Teal are such a spectacular little bird - as you've shown superbly! Hope you're having a great weekend!!
Wonderful reflection shots. Love the ducks reflection. Have a great weekend!
These are beautiful, Carole. The Chestnut Teal is my favourite.
beautiful, carole! LOVE that teal duck! so handsome!
Beautiful reflections, Carole. I love the Chestnut Teal!
What a beautiful eden ! And the chessnut tale is such a nice bird ! Nice catch on those reflections...
Very nice reflections, i like it! Have a nice dayMicha
the reflections are soooo lovely to see - calming! The chestnut teal certainly seems happy and such a nice glider!Paper Hugs,Jan
Gorgeous reflections, Carole! I've never seen that Teal before, but it's a beautiful duck. The colors are very nice!
I love your blog great photos you greetings from the Canary Islands
Die Ente ist so ein schönes Foto!!
Hi Carole, thanks for visiting. Those are real lovely shots! I've been to Newcastle from Sydney, so maybe I've seen the lake but i forgot, it's been a long time.
Super reflections Carole.
The Chestnut Teal is my favorite. The water movement and reflection is wonderful and the red and green color of the Teal. Great picture just like the rest Carole.
Fantastic pictures, an idyllic landscape ...Best regards, Karin
Where is the 'state conservation area'? I thought you could walk All around the lake?
thanks all for your lovely comments.To Julie, asking where is the conservation area? I've since linked that wording in this post to a site with map. You'll see how there are various dedicated sections/locales mentioned. You can only walk "around the lake" in sections, since many parts around its perimeter are impeded by properties owning exclusive rights to the foreshore.
Hermosas imágenes!!!Muy buenas. Saludos!!
Beautiful reflections on the lake and great close-up of the chestnut teal - which I have seen but never managed to get close enough for good photos.
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