Here are a few pictures I will let speak for themselves.
I took them late one afternoon last week after I got off work for the day. I just happened to get there at a good time, as sometimes they are no where to be seen. I am still hoping to capture them learning to fly if possible. Depends on where their aviation field is located. I sure hope I get to see the air show! That would be so “Awesome”, with or without my camera!
Hope you all are doing well and enjoying life, whatever you do, or don’t do. God Bless.
These are wonderful pictures. I do hope you get to see that first flight.ReplyDelete
Beautiful capture...my favorite is the 4th image!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos Dianne!! Thank you!ReplyDelete
That swan family has really come along hasn't it? I remember when they were younger and am amazed at the progress they've made. Have a great Sunday Dianne.ReplyDelete
Thank you Joe and it is amazing to see how this family has survived, and thrived. It is really something in itself that 8 out of 9 Cygnets have survived in the Bay, with so many turtles, big fish among other peditors.Delete
I am thrilled. Yes, our swan population is well estabished, I would say. I am not sure whether they will all come back in the Spring or if some will spread out to other areas.
I think the parents themselves were born hear a couple of yrs. ago. This may be their first family.
Always Beautiful Dianne hope you get to see their first flight. Thank you for your lovely comment.ReplyDelete
Hugs Sheila xx
I always enjoy looking at your Swan (and other) photos
Have a good week.
Hugs across the big pond - Nita
I love the majestic wing span!ReplyDelete
Thank you Gail, I am with you. I love the majestic wing span as well, and love when I can capture it. :) I am in "Awe".Delete
Thank you every one for taking the time to stop by and leave such nice comments. I appreciate it. :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful images, I have enjoyed seeing the transformation. Will be praying that you will be blessed with seeing their flight.ReplyDelete
They're beautiful! We're so lucky to see all the changes of this family, especially the babies. I hope you capture their first flights or at least see it yourself.:) Hope all is wonderful in your life!ReplyDelete
Thank you Kerrie.:)Delete
every year around early fall...hundreds of swans come to the lake where we are....I love watching them and your photos with the music is amazingly peaceful. It speaks to me of the things in life that are the most meaningful.ReplyDelete
It is always such a treat to watch the progress of these beauties from babies till grown. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
All ways wonderful the Swans and with all of them photos too.ReplyDelete
Your study of the Swans is really beautiful and amazing. Your a Swan Princess or at least in my eyes. .. and I'm in aww at the beauty you have captured.ReplyDelete
They are all so regal and processes such natural elegance. Natures finest.
My apologies for not seeing this blog until today. My computer has been off more than on for one reason or another this past month.
Have the most Blessed Sunday and indeed a pleasure to view for certain.
Hugs from the beautiful hot , wet .. West.
Thankyou Lisa. Sending hugs from the East.:)Delete
Hugs from the West. :)Delete
Thank you everyone of you for your visits and nice comments. They are all appreciated.:)ReplyDelete
Congratulation to you and to your family. Thanks for letting me know.ReplyDelete
Prayers answered !!
Thank you Lisa. I you look on the side bar you will see her. :)Delete
They do have black feet. Same kind I photographed with ducks and geese. I really hope you get them in the air , wings spread apart in so much beauty and wow are they loud.ReplyDelete
I am sure hoping.:)Delete