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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 9 January 2011

Mute Swan at Lydney boating lake.



It was icey, the Mute Swans found the only the place that they could dangle their feet.

17 comments:

  1. Piękny łabędź, piękne zdjęcia!

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  2. I love Swans very much. Same days ago
    I saw a lot of swans on the river rhein.
    Greetings
    Irmi

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  3. Beautiful swans Bob.... nice light.

    Greetings, Joop

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  4. That there be such beauty in this world, a hopeful sign.

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  5. OUah these are superb portraits Bob!

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  6. They are lovely pictures. Fortunately, it thaws and the swans can finally swim a little.

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  7. Beautiful shots Bob.
    I just got back from the frozen Lake Erie shores. I counted 102 Trumpeter Swans in the open water...and two lone Mute Swans wandering through!

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  8. Oh wow.. what a gorgeous creature. What beautiful photos.

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  9. Bob,
    Wonderful find in this winter at your place.

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  10. Love the light on the last one Bob.

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  11. Lovely Mute Swan shots Bob...that last photo is a real stunner

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  12. I love watching swans, they are always so elegant!

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  13. Elegantly done ....lovely swans Bob! Greetings of hope and peace for your new year, Linda

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  14. Hi! Bob

    Great photos!

    Swan is always magical! Reminds me of the fairy tale!

    Hug!

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  15. hello bob, nice pictures, but I do swans to a large arc, because they also bite ever ;-)
    Greetings Barbara

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  16. Yes, beautiful!

    I wish you a great week!

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