Friday, November 1, 2013

CAMERA CRITTERS, BIRD D'POT AND WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY

Congratulations to Misty on the birth of her little girl.   Super happy for you Misty!

This week I am linking up with Misty's Camera Critters, Anni's Bird D'Pot, and also will be linking with Stewart's Wild Bird Wednesday when it is available in a few days.  Thank you to our hosts for these very enjoyable memes.  Please click on their links to see others entries.


When we were in Germany last month, Gregg and I took a side trip to Strasbourg, France.  It has been a long time since I have seen any swans, and I was delighted to find this family on the River Ill.  Information on this river can be found here.




17 comments:

  1. Denise, this is so beautiful and serene. This is the type of place I love to spend time at...just enjoying the tranquil scenery.

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  2. "When turkeys mate, they think of swans," Johnny Carson




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^=

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  3. Truly beautiful. Water, and waterbirds melt my heart.

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  4. HI Denise it is always lovely these Swans with their new family. that seems a lovely trip for you both/

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  5. we posted swans together today; yours white and mine black. I love the location for yours too!

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  6. They are such graceful birds and always remind me of England.
    Jane x

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  7. Those swans remind me of the ones I saw in Zurich, Switzerland in November 1969. Beautiful!

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  8. Swans are beautiful and I love how the brick color reflects in the water.

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  9. Nice pictures - the native swans here are black. I would have like to have been there when the first British Colonists saw black swans!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  10. Denise, the swans are beautiful and I love the pretty scene! Have a happy day!

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  11. The third image gives a wonderful scene, I can imagine sat on the riverside with a cool beer.... I wish!

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  12. I've always been fascinated by swans too. It must be their graceful, beautiful shape.

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