Ah, yes. I see. But, no, no, no—some ducks *do* belong in a tree instead of asea—I mean apond—or alake.
From here, I can use dataveillance to create counter-strategies against those who would try to ambush my water-based kin.
If even just a thraneen of suspicious rustling is noticed below, quacks will warn others to safety, even if out of their row.
My feathers exemplify each swatch in the gamut of hues known to exist for my kind, allowing me to blend in with all sorts of leaves in any tree I might find.
Also, I find that branches excel at providing places for more introverted ducks to secure peace at will and since not all shoots involve cameras, escapism experienced out of reach will always fit the bill. ; )