Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
Sometimes the picture doesn't have to be perfect; it's the captured moment that counts. - me
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Saturday, 21 July 2012

Today


Here's a few from today.



Had a great walk round my local lake this morning, and the following are all from this mornings visit. Some different one's over on the other blog; except for this one.
So cute I had to put him on here too.




Mute Swan cygnet.



Here he is again





and with his mum





It wasn't all cygnets this morning though.




Grey Heron







A couple of Collared Doves. (see the blue sky!)







Female Tufted Duck





and finally




Great Crested Grebe




I hope the sun shines where you are.


Enjoy the rest of the weekend.


25 comments:

  1. Hi Keith...Just marvelous these shots!! Of course you can't help but be in love with that adorable cygnet with that drip of water if its bill..I have said it before but worth saying again .."your the man"!! ; }
    Hugs my friend
    Grace

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  2. Thanks Grace. Thanks for those kind words. The cygnets really stole the show today.

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  3. these are wonderful! so happy you got a great blue sky/sunshiney day!!! you made the most of it. that swan young'un is adorable!

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  4. Great pictures of the cygnet, so adorable, and so nice to see you getting so better weather.

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  5. Great set Keith, with a large dollop of aaaah!! factor...[;o)

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  6. Thanks Theresa. Those cygnets could melt anyone's heart lol

    Thank you Gillian. It was so good to enjoy some sun for a change.

    Thanks Trevor. Yea, cute in bucketloads today.

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  7. Keith, wonderful shots! Especially the Swan!

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  8. Oh I love the cygnet.. sweet, fluffy baby.

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  9. Lovely cygnet shots Keith, especially the first one.

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  10. Great shots, Keith. Love the cygnet. But I'm a sucker for a Great Crested Grebe. :)

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  11. LOVELY shots Keith...that cygnet is just too precious for words...and the eye on the grebe and the tufted duck...splendid shots!!
    Glad you got some well deserved sunshine...we had some mix bag today, sun in the morning, then rain in the late afternoon!

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  12. Thanks Robin. Yea, they make great subjects.

    Thanks Hilary. They're irresistible aren't they. :-)

    Thanks Roy. They just demand a picture or two. lol

    Thank you Linda. I'm lucky to have quite a few Great Crested Grebes around my local lake.

    Thank you Sondra. We got another day of sun today. I think our summer has arrived. lol

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  13. Beautiful photos Keith. Sweet cygnet and as you said on your other blog, the Grey Heron does have a huge wingspan!

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  14. Thanks Jan.
    The Heron must be one of our biggest birds, after eagles.

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  15. Great series of shots, Keith. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  16. Beautiful photography, especially the cygnet, thats one of the best.

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  17. Most of the times, I feel amazed at your simple presentation that must require a lot of work in the background!

    Truly amazing photos :)

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  18. Splendid set of shots.

    I do see the blue sky - its remarkable what you can do with Photoshop these days dont you think!!

    Cheers - Stewart M

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  19. A great set of images. And yes, the cygnet is most adorable.

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  20. Bhavesh, thank you for your kind words.

    Thanks Stewart. Yea, the blue sky makes all the difference lol

    Choy Wai, thank you.

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  21. excellent pics, the nature is so beauty and you can show it of a specially kind of art, it s so great to see, have a nice time, big hugh Kathrin

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  22. Excellent captures again. My favourite is the first. The cygnet is adorable.:-)

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  23. Thank you Kathrin.
    Have a great day :-)

    Thanks Elizabeth.
    Yea, they are adorable little balls of fluff :-)

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