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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Fly Away 2

The Trumpeter Swans have been very cooperative this year - giving me plenty of opportunities to catch them stretching their wings.

 Take off!!!!

 Landing - and they never land on top of each other.
 Settling in.

 Away we go!


Maggie said...

What a wonderful sight, I've only ever seen one or two pairs of swans together never such a large gathering such as this. Your photographs are fab, love the great shapes of the mosaics you created.
Happy Mosaic Monday!

Sarah said...

Thank you for sharing these images. Beautiful, majestic birds!

riitta k said...

Amazing photos of these swans! So many! They are an impressive sight indeed. Happy MM!

Tom said...

...what a flock!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, fantastic series on the swans. I love the take off and flight shots. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Wow! They are each one splendid and to see so many at one time! Amazing! Happy MM my friend. hugs, Diane

Anonymous said...

Great shots of the swans! I need to get my mud boots out and head north! :)

Powell River Books said...

I love to see them in flight. - Margy

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Like Maggie said, I've never see a whole flock of them. Usually just a few casually floating on the water. Great photos!

Lorrie said...

The Trumpeter Swans are beautiful in flight, so graceful looking. They are a bit ungainly on land, but when they stretch their wings and begin their take off, it's as if they become more lovely. Wonderful photos, JoAnn, so glad they've cooperated for their photo sittings this year.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It's just amazing to have so many of these beautiful creatures .... quite a skill that they know just where to land isn't it?

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

How wonderful JoAnn to experience these beautiful birds in flight.
They are so elegant.
I've never seen so many swans together - great photos thank you!
Nature in all her glory indeed.