I had to look twice at this camouflaged scene - Hey, there's a duck in it!
The watery bokeh set the background, the weathered and tattered mossy stump as a perch, and a brown and tan, brown-eyed duck - it all fit perfectly.
A whitetail buck is silhouetted against the, "Montana Big Sky" along a ridge laden with Idaho fescue, a native bunchgrass and food source for various wildlife species of the Palouse Prairie.
The Palouse Prairie consists of eight western states of the American West. Palouse is a French-Canadian word for the Palus Indian Tribes found in the regions of the by-gone fur trading era. It means, "Land with short and thick grass."