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Ungainly maybe - but amazing to see these birds in flight. These three swans were coming into land onto the River Stour this morning. Unaltered apart from slight crop.
Great formation John well captured
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lovely capture well done
Well captured, excellent shot.
Great capture, excellent.
well caught - done one very similar yesterday!
Wow! Three in one go! I love the way they form a sort of triangle.
Well caught! Super shot
A brilliant shot .
Brilliant shot well caught.
love the composition and the way swans (and other birds) work together in the air
An Absolute Belter.....SUPERB
Great shot, well caught.
well its an astonishing shot and why it has no award well ....I just wonder
- stacked waiting for air traffic control !
Nicely captured well done.
great capture John, pleased to be number 30
Fantastic! Well caught!
Tremdous image John well captured, wish I'd be there.
You must be quicker on the draw than Billy The Kid on speed!..
A real stunner.
Hilda Ogden eat your heart out LOL
Excellent. I am jealous lol. Brilliant
Brilliant capture John, This for me is your best uplaod so far
At first glance I thought it must have been DM (and that would have been good) but to have managed to capture these as you have is fantastic,the colours are perfect with the blue sky as the BG and the DOF is spot on,
I'm very envious of the one
A fantastic photograph, John. Very well done
Very fine swans indeed!
This is beautiful John, catching the landing with one swan like this would be great but in triplicate its outstanding...great exposure.
What a well timed shot John, the blue sky makes a perfect background for the three swans. Superb clarity and detail.
Synchronized flying, you got to love it! Nice shot! Spot on! Click!!!
Excellent capture,great timing.
Amazing capture, you couldn't have timed it better.
Excellent timing and very well exposed!
They always look like they are on their way to an accident when landing.....still, very large birds for flight, and they do generally manage usually.......
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