Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Mute Patrol




28 comments:

  1. Those shots are brilliant. Very good children!

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  2. er lijkt een behoorlijke discipline in te zitten.

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  3. Looks like the training is going well?......Left hand turn mastered...three point turn next!...[;o)

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  4. Wow, what a fantastic image and six strong looking cygnets too.

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  5. They're beautiful! All in a row,

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  6. Awww, this is a lovely set of photos. The cygnets that used to swim up and down our local river fledged a while ago and I miss seeing them wandering about. - Tasha

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  7. Hello Roy
    This family is too cute ! I have never seen such a large family.
    Greats pictures.
    Kiss

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    1. Thanks Nathalie, its quite common here for this number of Mute Cygnets.

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  8. Hey Roy.. So darn cute all in a row : ). Nice family shot's.

    Grace

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  9. Almost full grown, what fun to see them at this stage. Love the contrast of color from these beauties to the pretty blueness of the water. Great photos Roy, love them!

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  10. Hahahahaha .... awesome. Reminds me of "piggy backed" a series from the early years:-)

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  11. 7 swans a-swimming, I see...at least until the last photo! Cute!

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    1. Yes thats the family altogether Kathie with the other Parent coming into the picture.

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  12. Wow that is a lot of babies. Your shots are so crisp and have perfect exposure. We lost a lot of our cygnets this year to some very bad otters. One family survived, with three babies.

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