Friday, June 8, 2012

Swans/Weekend Reflections

Swans on private pond

Trumpeter swans that return to this pond every year, the population growing slightly in the past few years.

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34 comments:

A Garden of Threads said...

They are so beautiful and graceful.

Jill said...

How wonderful! I would love to see some live and in person.

Sandra said...

so beautiful. i have never seen swans in the wild, only in parks.

Muffy's Marks said...

So serene. Beautiful shot.

Crafty Gardener said...

Swans always give wonderful reflections.

Malyss said...

A very romantic view for your reflection today!

Kate said...

No matter where they are, swans look beautiful and stately.

Judy @ daily yarns said...

What a beautiful place. When I see ponds like this, it really makes me wish ours was not such a puddle jumper ;)

see you there! said...

Looks like a little swan parade.

Darla

Lowell said...

Do they swim in Bflat? Well, you said "trumpeter"! Sheesh!

Pretty little rascals they are.

Judy said...

They are so pretty. We don't have any swans here on any of our lakes. I wonder why that is.

TexWisGirl said...

so pretty!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I'm a great fan of all swans though we don't have Trumpeters here in the UK. That's a lovely picture of them in their habitat. Loved your recent comment on my blog. Thanks.

RedPat said...

So elegant! I can never remember which swans are endangered - mute or trumpeter?

LONDONLULU said...

They are so regal and graceful! I never tire of seeing swans, though we don't get them so much here.

Rambling Round said...

So graceful!

Buttons said...

So beautiful and peaceful. B

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful, peaceful place, gorgeous swans and a fantastic capture as always, EG! Perfect! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Valerie said...

A delightfully peaceful scene EG - thanks for sharing.

Paul in Powell River said...

We get a few that winter over here, but unfortunately ours are decreasing in population every year.

Shammickite said...

There must be some babies somewhere.

George said...

This is a beautiful scene. The swans are very stately and I like the reflections you've captured.

Carol said...

Beautiful! I would love to see swans like this...

Dianne said...

they're so graceful

Stephanie said...

We get quite a few here during the winter months, wondered where they head off to next, such beautiful looking birds.

Jack said...

You have so many lakes up there. You could post from a different lake every day and not run out, it seems.

Randy said...

A pair of lovelies with great reflections.

Pat said...

Beautiful swans and their reflections. This is a wonderful, peaceful capture!

Carletta said...

How wonderful for the owners of the pond! I'd be ecstatic for the swans to keep returning.

Ann said...

where do they go in winter? to Florida like the non feathered Canadians?

Ann said...

where do they go in winter? to Florida like the non feathered Canadians?

Linda said...

Such lovely, graceful birds! And they always seem to invoke thoughts of romance. Beautiful shot!

Betty Roan said...

Swans are so beautiful. Love all the green.
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NatureFootstep said...

swans always make me glad.

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