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Saturday, 14 May 2016

Spring is in the air



The local lake has been a hive of springtime activity recently.



This pair of Mute Swans were really getting down to business a few days ago.








After all that furious splashing about, it was time to take a breather.









And then a good wash and brush up.






When all that's done, time to let the neighbours know just how you feel.








And in other news .....................



The Mallards are still frisky ...................... anywhere and anytime





with the inevitable results.





 She's got her work cut out.





The Great Crested Grebes continue doing a great job of keeping the invasive Crayfish numbers down,






and Whisky just loves to watch and learn.







Have a great weekend

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14 comments:

  1. thaat is a superb series of imagesof the Swans with commentary. Love is certainly in the air in your neckof the world. I have not seen any ducklings in my nearest park but there were some Greaylag goslings. I hope you have a great weekend

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  2. Thank you Margaret. It's been quite busy at the local recently. Lots of new life around, and lots of new arrivals. Great time of the year. :-)

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  3. Great shots of the Mutes Keith with perfect lighting.

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  4. Thanks Roy. They've been quite active recently.

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  5. Lots of activity and abundant life to keep your camera busy!

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  6. Fine fotography.
    Those crayfish look good enough to eat.

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  7. It's all action down at the local...it must be something in the water?...lol

    Great shots of the Swans...[;o)

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  8. Lovely Swan shots.
    That is quite a brood Mrs Duck has tagging along.

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  9. Your photos make feel like I'm right there watching the activity!! Marvelous--->love the fluff balls!

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  10. Thank you Wilma. Always something of interest at my local lake.

    Thanks Adrian. The Great Crested Grebes seem to love them. Always catching them; probably more than they catch fish.

    Cheers Trevor. 10 new cygnets from Cormorant island at the moment. Lots of 'aaaaa' factor.

    Thank you John. She's going to be kept busy with that lot.

    Thank you Sondra, glad you enjoyed them. :-)

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  11. Brilliant blog post, had me smiling all the way through.

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  12. Thanks Findlay, glad you enjoyed it. It's a great time of the year; so much to see.

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  13. Wow, truly lovely captures here HoldingMoments!

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  14. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment Maree.

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