MALLARDS IN THE WILD BY L. MARTEL

This is a 12″ x 16″ oil on canvas boards, painted in 1976 and it is called Mallards in the Wild. This post is for Sue of zimmerbitch.wordpress.com. You should check her site out because she does a super job portraying her home country of New Zealand.                    The painting reveals the kind of country view where our family lived for many years. For compositions sake, one is suppose to do odd numbers. The convention doesn’t like twos, but I do. Being a bit of a rebel – here are TWO mallards, male and female.

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42 thoughts on “MALLARDS IN THE WILD BY L. MARTEL

  1. I love mallards. You can find them all over the valley here, along with a dozen or two other ducks. Ducks, unlike other birds, seem to be so happy just hanging out together. And none of the other birds mind hanging out with any number of ducks. We should all be ducks.

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  2. Bonsoir ou bonjour mon ami (ie)et gentille LESLIE
    Regarde un peu la lune
    Là haut dans le ciel
    Son sourire est celui que je t’adresse
    Regardes les étoiles
    Ces gouttes de miel
    Ce sont tous mes bisous pour, toi
    Qui retombent en pluie
    Je te souhaite une bonne soirée
    Suivie d’une douce nuit

    Regarde un peu , là haut dans le ciel

    C’est une partie de moi

    Avec mon sourire quand tout vas bien

    Ce jour je me sens bien alors je profite de m’arrêter chez toi

    Je t’adresse tous mes bisous D amitié

    Comme des rayons de soleil

    Qui viennent réchauffer ta demeure

    Gros bisous BERNARD

    Une image de tendresse belle journée

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