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Old Jan 6, 2006, 4:58 PM   #1
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These three birds never DRINK water...
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Old Jan 6, 2006, 6:03 PM   #2
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I'll have to convene a meeting of the judges on this one. I think there is a fourth swan on the back side of this fountain! However only three show in the photo so it counts and a good photo it is. I love Black Swans. I have seen them in only two locations, Perth, Australia, and on the island of Oahu.

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Old Jan 7, 2006, 3:50 PM   #3
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Thanks a lot for your comprehension!
There was actually a hidden swan...
That photo was taken in Geneve, Switzerland, at a place called Carouge.
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Nice image. It looks like it was a warm day to. Being near that fountain must have been nice.

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I love Black Swans.* I have seen them in only two locations, Perth, Australia, and on the island of Oahu.
We get them here as well. Not often, it's normally white ones. I've no idea where the black ones are native to. There are loads of different swans as well. I didn't know that until recently.
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I love Black Swans. I have seen them in only two locations, Perth, Australia, and on the island of Oahu.
We get them here as well. Not often, it's normally white ones. I've no idea where the black ones are native to. There are loads of different swans as well. I didn't know that until recently.
There are quite a few black swans in Dover, at some of the public parks.
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I was so accustomed to seeing a statue of a naked boy doing what comes naturally in public water fountains, I was initially taken abackby the black swans.

The picture is quite nice.

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