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Cross Waddle

Why Did the Duck Cross the Road?

Because they could… When I went pass this the first time it was a single mallard in the cross walk.  I stopped and took a couple of shots of it thinking it would be a cute picture.  As I drove past, I looked back in the rear view mirror and could not believe what I saw.  I stopped and took a bunch of shots.  I just love how they are using the crosswalk.  It’s almost like they know they are if they stay within the lines.  Even the big one in the center stayed its ground as the others passed by.  It was really fun to watch. June 30, 2012

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