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

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Gezina 9 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
5 1 1 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2011 4:39AM
NICE! very nice... IB
29 Dec 2011 12:19PM
Hi , think its superb , gray.
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 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.
Ron
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
8 432 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
Sylvia
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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