United States Michigan Clay
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Liliane Paingaud, on March 19, 2010, said:
Very graceful photo Doerthe with nice soft tones,I really like it!Liliane
MANANAHANA, on March 19, 2010, said:
Thanks, Liliane, what a nice compliment.
JLourenco, on March 19, 2010, said:
Wow! What a great portrait of this Shawn family! Spring is almost here and this family will have the opportunity to do that again in a short while! Well done!
Friendly Greetings, JLourenco
Thanks very much.
jackoob, on March 21, 2010, said:
MANANAHANA, on April 3, 2010, said:
Thanks very much, jackoob!
Patty Arsenault, on September 14, 2010, said:
Very nice photo, Doerthe. Definitely a picture worth a thousand words! Cheers, Patty
MANANAHANA, on September 14, 2010, said:
You are being very kind about my photos and I appreciate your responses very much, Patty!
jknaus, on May 17, 2011, said:
Thank You Doerthe for visiting and for nice comments. Our national bird is "Laulujoutsen" (direct translation: Singing Swan -Cygnus cygnus). They are not very aggressive, but if neccesary they will defend their family - very big white swans! Nowadays very common here, but some decades ago very rare, because they use to hunt them and eat! Nice Gallery Like, Joni
MANANAHANA, on May 17, 2011, said:
It could be that the "Trumpeter Swan" is similar to your swan. But I think they have a black bill. I saw several Tundra Swans last year on their migrating route.
Thank you very much, Joni, for your nice comment. It is wonderful to find other bird lovers in the world.
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