great shot & title.
Did You see the scorpion coming from the right side?
Spamioramic Greetings from swan to swan, Bernd
Thanks Mats and Bernd - now after reviewing your comments and the others up above, I hope he's correctly recognizing who is he! Bernd mentions the resemblance to a scorpion, and coincidentally I just saw Guy's comment above. I only saw hte number 3!
that leads me to the statement: 'You can trust Your eyes, but be careful with the brain behind!'
Seeing is interpretation of 'reality' in context of experience!
Kind Regards from Germany, Bernd
There are several reasons for me to like this one. First swans are such elegant birds, second the wonderful circles from the water drop, third the lovely reflection and fourth the way the light plays around the swan.
Composition is very nice too, so lots of reasons for this being a good picture.
Thanks Erik ! I feel like I over-post swan shots from this lake, so it's rewarding when people still like them. Cheers!
How can anyone not like these wonderful creatures?
You've got me hooked!
I'm like Cal I could just see the heart then it took a while to see the 3; I'm not sure about the sore pion
Thanks Terry! Well, those scorpions do like to hide and then jab you when you're unsuspecting!
I'm pretty sure this is the same pair the following spring - with their brood of... 3x3! (They then moved their whole troop to a different pond where it's not so easy to find then or to get shots of them, though.)
Kamaly i got some shots this morning of the swans signets on our lake will post in the next few days. my mum was not this colour more like the shadow. hard with no notification missing heaps. steve
wonderful shot congratulation,and respect you got one of the best gallery i saw on panoraimo,specialy your water reflection photos wow i can laern a lot , greetings nimra ,i will choose you to my favorites
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Photo taken in Horn Pond Recreation Area, Arlington Road, Woburn, MA 01807, USA
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