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A black swan cygnet I saw at Slimbridge on a visit there over the Easter holiday, this youngster was one of a brood of three.
Looks like black or white they are every it as cute!!
A lovely image Ed !! Adorable image
This is an adorable image! Well spotted and with a great pose! IB
Great posed captured Ed
a lovely shot
Nice one Ed this one has the Aaaaar factor
Thats a big swallow!! A nice image also!! Nice one!!
Unbounding cuteness Ed, just a pity you did not have all the reflection, but still a cracker.
Love it Ed. So cute and love how you've captured the water droplets
A lovely cute capture, Ed, with a respectful 198mm distance
Simply beautiful, Ed!
That little bird's giving you the once over!
Absolutely beautiful Ed they look quite similar to the Mute Swan Cygnets
An appealing image with great detail, Ed.
Super Cute Ed and god detail...John
A wonderful image with that trail of water behind him - interesting as we've been seeing some images of black swans from Australia and south Africa.
Oh wow, that is ultra cute, looks like it wants to kiss you........great capture
What a wonderful image of this adorable cygnet, Ed. When we lived in WA we only ever saw black swans, and I use to miss our white ones, so it is great that we get to see both now that we are back ... Carol
What lovely and beautiful capture,ED,very well done,
Many thanks for all your comments and clicks and to Isabel "Chinga" for the user award, it is greatly appreciated, Ed
I have a shot/s of ducklings that I am anxious to post but until I get my software sorted I am in limbo - I do like this image Ed
That is so lovely
Oh so cute, Ed, beautiful moment captured.
You are definitely in the finals of the 'Cutie Of The Day' competition with this one.
I was only saying on my yesterdays upload of black swans
that I have never yet seen a cygnet here. And here you go
with this one. How lovely and downy they are, not like
feathers at all…..Just lovely….
love the drops on his plumage and how the complementary reflection improves the contrast!
Many thanks for the user award Annette it was a most unexpected surprise and is gretaly appreciated. You can not tell the difference between black and white swans when they are juveniles until they start to gain their proper adult plumage. I have an image of an adolescent black swan somewhere in my portfolio if anyone has time to delve deep into the archives!
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