Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Swan Lake WateryWednesday

The last of the migratory birds have gathered in flocks, are looking for their friends and getting ready to travel south for the winter. Soon they too, like the colorful leaves, will be gone. Fair thee well. We'll be looking forward to seeing you again in the spring.

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9 comments:

  1. Truly, a swan song.................

    We're Watery Wednesday neighbors!

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  2. This is a beautiful scene. I love the colors in the trees, the movement of the swans, and the division between still water and ripples.

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  3. Nice picture. You have an odd number of swans. There is some negative space on right into which the swans can swim. When someone starts talking about the cropping, we may not have anything important to add; but, if the story is about the swans, you might look to see if you like just a little less space on the right and top to magnify the birds and move them closer to one of the 1/3 points? It might also remove the fallen tree on the right shore which was a distraction for me. But you do have good feelings for good images.

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  4. Sadly, our tree colour is pretty much gone and I am not hearing the geese and the ducks as I was. You have captured a lovely swan story! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Great photo of the swans, perfect for watery Wednesday.

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  6. I love the way you have worded your caption! So poetic! And you are so lucky to have wild swans migrating past you!!! I would love that!!!

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  7. these birds are truly elegant creatures...well done!

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  8. This picture tells MORE than just the swan story. Look at all of the "reflections" in the picture...the trees and some of the swans' necks....adds depth. GREAT job.

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