Here are some pics of my Swedish - I have 6 at the moment (two trios) and also two cross-bred ducks (chocolate ducks).
Here's my silver drake, Magellan. He has great type but no white flights and a very splotchy bib. He is probably my best, type-wise. He also has no white at all on his face or under his chin (which is rare, to have no white under the chin) so I am hoping he passes that on. He is a very cuddly-looking duck, be he doesn't like cuddles so I try to resist....
Here is my blue duck, Shackleton - my only blue one. She is also a good type and size. Bib is very neat but could be bigger. Has a bit of white under the chin (fault but hard to get rid of). No white flight feathers but should be carrying the gene. She has some black feathers but you pretty much always get that. A judge told me to pull them out before showing her.
The black Swedish in the pond here is LaPerouse. She is probably my best, markings-wise, except for a bit much white on her face. The black duck standing outside the pond is Tasman, She has some black intruding into her bib and a bit of white on the face too. Obviously the white on the face is something I am keen to work on removing. The blue duck you already met. The dark duck in the pond is Torres, a chocolate cross-bred. She is the boss duck
The black one on the left is another drake, Marco Polo. He has a good bib but a bit of white under the chin and he is also a little long in the body. He is a nice big boy. His flights have not fully grown back after moulting in this pic (it was taken a few months ago). The pale duck standing next to him is Freycinet - she is splash or silver in colour. Beautiful type (maybe a tad small). Can't tell anything about her bib or flight feathers though as she is almost white all over! You can see LaPerouse peeping through the grass on the right, and one of my chickens, Wills (an Australian Langshan) trying to make an escape in the middle of the pic.
Here is Marco, LaPerouse and Freycinet again, with Magellan and Shackleton and possibly Tasman and the other chocolate (Jansz) in the background.
I did not breed any of these ducks, they are my starting group. They are from four different lines, so I am starting out with a bit of genetic diversity. We will see what they produce in springtime! I am going to set eggs in August (late winter for us).
Hope you like them!