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Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
28 Dec 2011 10:35PM
A superb shot of this elegant bird with a good reflection

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Gezina 11 3 6 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2011 11:13PM
Love the title and the reflection - lovely shot - Ina PS thanks for your comment on my shot and re Sylvia shot of me - now you know why I prefer to be behind the camera Wink
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2011 4:39AM
NICE! very nice... IB
29 Dec 2011 12:19PM
Hi , think its superb , gray.
Maiwand 11 3 73 England
29 Dec 2011 1:46PM
Wonderful capture Janet and I think the title is spot on.GrinGrin With an all white plumage the Swan is not the easiest bird to expose for.
Many thanks to you all for looking and commentingSmile

I went looking for Bewick and Whooper Swans feeding in the fields locally this morning, hoping to get some photos. I found a mixed flock of Mute Swans and Whoopers/Bewicks but was unable to distinguish whether they were Bewicks or Whoopers and I was too far away for a photoSad Still it was good to find them. So some serious revision of my bird books and back out tomorow to try find them.
teocali Plus
10 441 18 England
3 Jan 2012 11:51PM
Exposed to perfection, Janet, with lovely reflections. Still thinking of those beautiful seals at DN - would love to visit again Smile
Thanks Sylvia, I am determined to improve my bird photography this year. Yes another trip to DN would be great. Smile

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