this morning's swans

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© Heather Mellon
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UploadedApril 13, 2012
TakenApril 13, 2012
Exposure1/200 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length70 mm

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A flock of about fifty trumpeter swans flew directly overhead.. We have one lone swan and a pair of them who cross over every morning and evening..

7 responses

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (13 Apr 2012):

    That must be a wonderful sighting to see that many trumpters flying over at one time...Great shot!

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (14 Apr 2012):

    The sight and the sound must be grand! Good capture!

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (14 Apr 2012):

    love this formation.

  • Ken O'Brien

    Ken O'Brien gave props (14 Apr 2012):

    Nice capture.

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (15 Apr 2012):

    Oh how cool! Swans! I don't see many of them here.

  • Pedro Teixeira

    Pedro Teixeira gave props (15 Apr 2012):

    Very nice photo!

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece   gave props (17 Apr 2012):

    Beautiful photo, I always love seeing the birds flying in formation when they go over us. Did you know why the formations have one line longer than the other one? The answer is ... there are more ducks in one line than in the other line! I know, it's a groaner! I hope it made you smile though : )

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