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Old Jul 20, 2011, 10:49 PM   #1
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nice capture, you do not see that to often
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Very nice !!

question, is there a wire around the neck off the swan ? looks like a thin neckless...
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Well done!
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Very nice !!

question, is there a wire around the neck off the swan ? looks like a thin neckless...
swans eat aquatic grasses and weeds, that is what it looks like to me...J4c
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Old Jul 22, 2011, 10:27 AM   #6
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Ha ok, could be something like that, anyway the picture could do well as a wallpaper, beautifull shot !
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Thats a wonderful shot. Does this happen regularly with swans and their young anybody know?
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It does, but I have not seen it yet, the swans are too busy chasing canadian geese away from their nests and babies....J4c
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Great shot, sans. It's matched with the title.

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Well captured! I've never seen that before.
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