Great series of ""take-offs"" Bits. From the Google map they seem to be in a smaller waterhole than Horn Pond? Those babies have grown quite a bit too.
Thanks marbiz! - The swan was chasing off a pair of geese in it's territory, and this whole series took about 20 seconds. It was pretty interesting to watch - Swans do NOT like geese, that's for sure. This is a smaller swampier water pond that connects to the main pond, and a different pair from last year's. (There are 4 nests, and last year's mom is the swan on the nest on the row below these shots.)
Very nice serial. These is the one I prefer. And thank you for the explanation.
Die sind SUPER!!!
Thanks Miguel and Danke Sonny ! I've been trying to get a shot like this for about a year, so I was happy!!!
What a photo, that wonderful stretched long graceful neck, and wings outstretched. Brilliant. Dianne
What a moment!
I dont agree with Guy this time I like this one the best...D
Thanks whoelius and Dianne! They sure are biiiiig birds!
Great catch. I wrote gooooooooooo kamaly on a pic (your serve to a mealy mouth spammer) and Guy said it took a while for him to figure out it meant go. I wonder if he will work out biiiig!!! Greetings. We all look forward to the spring offerings from Horn Pond. H
Congratulations, and a really beautiful and each one a little gem.
An affectionate greeting from Vigo, Spain. José Mª
LOLOL Helen - He's never responded, so I'm not sure if Guy ever did figure out what 'Biiiiig' meant!
And Thanks very much for your nice comment lazariparcero - Cheers to Spain :)
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