Lake Wakatipu ducks by Odille Esmonde-Morgan

Some of the large flock of ducks that lived at the head of Lake Wakatipu, south island, NZ. They are perched on a spit of gravelly rock in the water. This is early morning and most of them do seem to have their heads under their wings. And I’m sorry, I have no idea what type they are bit I’ll try to find out.

That is Glenorchy’s outskirts in the background, it’s about 5km across the lake from Kinloch where I was when I took this shot.

In the late 1970s I completed the 2 years of a 4 yr Professional Photography Cert at TAFE, but was defeated by the physics of lenses.
In 2004 I bought my first DSLR & now shoot full time with medium format digital and professional Canon DSLRs.
I provide tuition to small groups via photography workshops for small groups (max 5) and Photoshop PP classes, and conduct small group photography tours to Australian & (soon) NZ destinations.

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