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The female Hooded Merganser shows off her beautiful crest.
Stanley Park, Vancouver BC.
Hooded Merganser - Lophodytes cucullatus
Serreta Capuchona - Harle couronne
Blue Sea, Quebec
I loved how her third eyelid matched the sky. My local hoodies are hilarious. So very clever. But they have had a bad year. First they had to rebuild their nest as the electricity repair men lopped a couple of branches off their huge scots pine. Then the buzzards have moved into their nest - 3 trees along. The paranoia is terrible. No doubt that the hoodies can see their wee ones being on the buzzard's menu :-) Dive bombing and aerial battles. Despite all this the hoodies have two youngsters not far off fledging and the buzzards definitely have an egg (it might be two!).
(Three more images in the comments)
Double Headthrows and lots of action at my pond this morning
This trio of Hooded Merganser chicks is about 10 days old
Lophodytes cucullatus - Serreta Capuchona - Harle couronne
Blue Sea, Quebec
The hoodies have not been around much at my pond, especially the males but mid-morning, I found this little guy cruising close. Second shot, you can see the protective nictating membrane beginning to cover his eye as he begins the dive.
Rubi~:] I see camera!
Yumi~ >:[ ~Is not amused~
I fucking love you two<3
Have a lovely evening friends.. and if you can get a chance; go outside and look
at that moon, it is completely wondrous..
I am extremely proud to bring to you the newest collection from Dynasty for the last Arcade Gacha round of the year 2013.
There are 6 tops in total:
4 Nordic Hoodies: Forest, Woods, Winter, and Frost (Common Items)
2 Winter Hoodies: Earth and Ocean (Rare Items)
December 1st - 31st
I hope you guys enjoy. Have fun, may you enjoy your holidays and have a Happy New Year.
Photo done by: Aris (Diaxm)
I don't often see the hooded mergansers out of the water, this drake male was keeping a close watch on things including me.
(Explored 2/25/14 #4)
ipod selection: The Lost Boyz
Album: Love Peace & Nappiness
Song: Hoodies (Interlude)
You will find them watching you
Pulled over the slickest bald headz
They love like quiet storms
There smiles make brief appearances
And the women who love them
Keep there secrets
Tucked deeply behind whispers
(Lophodytes cucullatus) Have been watching this female Hooded Merganser for several months, with only rare sightings of her mate.
Georgetta: "Maybe you need a push!"
Herman: "Maybe this IS a elefunk! It sure is slow!"
Mom: "Oh dear!"
Guard: "One-a-these-days, I'm gonna....!"
Corvids are one of my favourite species always full of character and mischief and none more so than the hoodie. They are not everyone's cup of tea but I have to confess to having a real passion for them.
This lovely hoodie was casually pottering around the beach on Iona and was relatively happy to let me watch him go about his business.
hooded crow (Corvus cornix) (also called hoodie)
Iona - Scotland
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Happy Macro Monday!
Just a simple zipper. I wanted to keep it simple this week since I thought that I would finally take the big plunge and shoot in RAW for the first time. So I shot it, loaded it up and started editing....aaaand then panicked and deleted it and reshot it in jpeg. Ah well. So I shall do some more reading about RAW and try again another time. Baby steps.....lol
More psychedelic roses in, appropriately enough, my set: "Psychedelic Roses"
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This went on for a few minutes! Hoodie was yelling & biting mallard tails :)
This was the blighter that had pecked the otters tail to try and scare the otter off his fish.
The weather is Wales today is nothing like that in the picture - I'm thinking about an Ark.
Oh thrift stores- I love you!
I'm unnecessarily picky about things like hoodies, so I have a tendency to wear them until they're so ratty I pretty much have to get something new. In this case, I got something older than new, but I love it the same.
Female Hooded Merganser. As I said on my previous post of the male, they came quite close for me to take some individual shots of them. This lady later caught a big meal (a frog...poor little guy) when she was hiding in the dark. I did manage a shot of that which came out quite dark and noisy unfortunately.
Thank you so much everyone for your wonderful comments and I appreciate your time.
I showed off my blue and red one this last weekend- but here is one of my other new hoodie! Don't you just love stuff with fuzy trim? I do! Oh- yeah and one of my fav. color combo's Brown & Turquoise!
This is day 137!