Friendly Friday: All in a Row

This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday: All in a Row  photo challenge.

A row of ducklings behind a female Common Merganser on Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada in the late summer.

Ducks in a row.

 

A row of Double-crested Cormorants fishing where the Saugeen River flows into Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada.

Friendly Friday: All in a Row

 

A row of restored veteran commercial vehicles on display at a steam rally in Cheshire, England.

Tuesday Photo Challenge - Transport

 

Rows of Snow Geese flying to roost at sunset in the autumn at Little Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Friendly Friday: All in a Row

 

A row of trees and their shadows, Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England.

Trees and their shadows on farmland.

 

A row of American White Pelicans fishing in a channel where a marsh drains into Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Feeding party of American White Pelicans.

 

25 thoughts on “Friendly Friday: All in a Row”

      1. Thanks, that’s what I thought. BTW, there’s a big update to the WordPress app just come through. Have to see if it’s better or even worse.

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      2. Yikes on your btw. . . . don’t like the sound of that. But maybe it will all be positive . . I will have a play on the tablet later if i am feeling brave!

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  1. Stunning photos – any of which would look amazing as a large canvas print on the wall. The old vehicles in a young boys room, the birds and lighthouse in any coastal lounge, and the green tree lined gully in a rec room.
    Thanks for joining in on Friendly Friday – it is so much of a pleasure to view your photography! Must check for an update!

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      1. I haven’t checked any of the hosting services recently. My old set up was quite complicated, I had dmeredith dot com, dot co dot UK and dot ca domains with the UK and Canadian sites mirrored to the dot com.

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      2. Oh I see. The sites I use are just an upload and print on demand either as a print or on merchandise. Different approach but high exposure, sales and free

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      3. I was targeting publishers and editors but nowadays they search Instagram rather than viewing an individual’s web site.

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      4. Publishing has been going through some dramatic changes for some time. Rates for contributors were falling in the 1990s and things got worse in the 2000s with the explosion of the www.

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