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Mute Swan

By grinningsoul2011
I often strive to get photos of far off birds that are not so common and miss the opportunities that are right infront of me. Sad I have a soft spot for Mute swans and while I would have liked to got a similar image of the Whoopers at Frampton the day I took this, I am pleased I didn`t ignore this beautiful bird. I have put a couple of different versions, either cropped differently or slightly different angles and would be interested in what people think. Thanks for looking.Smile

Tags: Wildlife and nature Mute swanand Wildlife

Voters: pluckyfilly, tomcat, NaturesHaven and 3 more


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pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2012 7:23PM
well captured, no blown highlights and the water droplet helps the picture along, you have a small catchlight in the eye to, not always easy with mute swans - well done

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Thanks, still haven`t started that scarf.
tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2012 7:42PM
Versions 1, 2 & 4, would have been sublime, if those twigs had been edited out

Just my humble opinion JanetWink

Adrian
Yes Adrian I think I will try and see if I can edit them out the more I look the more they become a distraction.Wink
ginz04 13 281 20 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2012 10:08PM
version 5 for me as bg less distracting - swan is gorgeous.javascript:;
Thanks Ginz04
5 Mar 2012 5:33PM
Think there great gray

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