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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

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Monday, 30 June 2014

Mute Swans with juvenile (Cygnus olor)









54 comments:

  1. de unge er så søte :-) flott Bob !

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  2. I can't believe I've never seen a swan in person in my entire life. That's just wrong!

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  3. I just adore the young ones--and your photos, too, Bob.

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  4. Al comparar las primeras con las últimas fotos me ha venido a la memoria el cuento del "patito feo" que, con el tiempo, acaba de convertirse en un bello y señorial cisne. Un abrazo,

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  5. These are beautiful pictures of the Mute Swans.
    Nice also these little swans.
    Perfectly sharp pictures, and with great detail.
    Well done Bob.

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    1. Cheers Irma, for your comments on the Swan.

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  6. Not seen a cygnet or a swan all summer. Thanks.

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    1. They are still there, in Scotland Adrian.

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  7. A qui appartient la patte sur le dos de celui de gauche ?

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  8. Bob, your photos are really beautiful.

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  9. I just love those little ones, Bob!
    So sweet.

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  10. Hola Bob,bellas y magnificas tomas de esta familia de Cisnes.Un abrazo

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  11. Lieber Boh,
    es sind stolze Tiere. Ganz süss die Kleinen.
    Einen schönen Restabend wünscht Dir
    Irmi

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  12. Great shots of the mute swan,Bob!!
    The little ones are so cute!!Amazing photos!!
    Dimi...

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  13. Ooooh. And those fluffy little gems will grow up to be as arrogant (and beautiful) as their parent.

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    1. Yes, arrogant, it is what there they for, cheers EC.

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  14. Classic photos Bob and excellent they are.

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  15. the adults are so majestic...the babies soooo cute

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    1. I have to agree on that, majestic.

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  16. Bob,
    Quanta elegância nestas maravilhosas fotografias.
    Uma autêntica sedução!
    Beijinho

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  17. Wow! AMAZING shots! The black on the adult's nose looks as black as tar. I never knew it was that dark!

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  18. they're really beautiful photos ----- just be careful some times when Dad is about they can be VERY fiesty!

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  19. Awesome closeups of the Swan, Bob! And the young ones are adorable. Enjoy your week!

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  20. Swans of any sort are beautiful to watch. It's nice to see the cygnets and think of them growing in your summer while we have cold (for us) and rain in southern Australia.

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    1. Yes, I love them, and each year brings another brood.

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  21. The adults are so stunning and the cygnets so sweet.

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  22. Good morning Bob,

    thanks a lot for your comment on my latest Rothenburg post.

    Swans and ducks with juveniles we have a lot on our small river called Tauber as well.
    On Saturday I saw a pair of swans with five grey juveniles - and one white one!

    Great shots of this impressive and majestic birds!

    Have a pleasant Tuesday,

    Uwe.

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  23. What a GORGEOUS photos of swans and juvenile, so adorable♡♡♡

    Sincerely from Japan xoxo Miyako*

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  24. I just love swans though they can be very agressive ... Nice shots as usual ..
    Have a nice day !

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  25. Hi Bob,
    I like the "autentica seducao" ... well done sir ! have a nice week .

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  26. Proud birds and beautiful pictures. Young swans are a little ridiculous.

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  27. Colors exotic summer. Great.

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  28. Bellissima questa famigliola di cigni!!!
    Abbracci,
    Laura

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  29. Beautiful sharp Mute Swan images Bob. They always look so elegant and regal.

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  30. Looking at the young ones with grey short feathers, who would have thought they will grow into something as beautiful as the adult swan! I always loved seeing ducks or even chicken with their young.

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    1. What a pleasant cygnet all in grey, cheers Lea.

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  31. Those boys will soon be very handsome;))
    a hug.

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