This is my entry to this week’s Photo Challenge: On the Move.
Category: Landscapes, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: London, on the move, swans, weekly photo challenge
very nice photo Paula. Looking forward to see more from your latest adventures!
Thank you very much, CG. I am into animals these days 😀
Fun to watch!
It sure is :D. Thank you for your visit, Becca 🙂
Beautiful but mean!
😀 They were nice to me 🙂
Gracias Ilargia 🙂
Wonderful, perfect choice of idea – yeah no limits to who or what we might run into when we visit Hyde Park and very different disguises too… “lol” 😉
Thank you, Drake. I loved it there 🙂
Suple did take!
Such beautiful and graceful creatures, Paula. Great capture. 🙂
an amazing photo of two beauties. love it
What a fantastic shot! The Hyde Park is beautiful 🙂
That was the moment when I really started liking England 😀 Thank you, Amy 🙂
I remember the park was surprisingly big 🙂 I’m sure we’ll more gorgeous shots from you! Happy weekend 🙂
You too sweetie, have a lovely weekend!
Beautiful shot!!! Absolutley captivating!!! Thank you! xx Amy
Happy you like it, Amy. Many thanks 🙂
You are welcome, Paula. Love, Amy
Fabulous shot Paula…who is the singer. I love the music
Hello Jo 🙂 It is Cafe del Mar album Dreams (Spectacle by Lamb)
I love it. Going to check it out RIGHT NOW.
You caught those two at just the right moment.
wow those are the kind of shots that you are amazed they performed for the camera
🙂 it seems that way 😉 Thank you 🙂
It’s like they were posing for you 🙂
These are really beutiful, Paula! 🙂
Happy you think that Linda. Thank you 🙂
I just noticed I misspelled beautiful! But at least you know what I mean! 😉
This is beyond beautiful, Paula!
I expect they had a reason to ‘splash out’ 🙂 🙂
Beautiful photo Paula. I was certain your music was going to be The Swan by Saint-Saens, but I was wrong. 🙂
Thank you very much, Draco. That would have been lovely, but I like being unconventional 😉
So much ivory in the necks of this pair.
Trumpeters are very tough. Extremely territorial and with a hiss and approach with their big bodies, they can frighten off many large geese that venture too close to their nests or partner.
🙂 I thought of ivory too 😀 I never spent enough time in their company to see how territorial they are…
Wow, this is a beautiful photo Paula!
Majestic photo ,amazing moves.
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yes, they enjoy moving around for a kind of dance…
It was the first time I saw them spreading their wings 🙂 I should go to lakes more often 🙂 Thank you for your visit Frizz.
I love this shot Paula. You have captured the movement of their wings perfectly.
The decisive moment captured just right… beautiful
Beautiful take on the swans. I love the composition.
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So splendid this image is, Paula… loved the music too.
What beauties and you’ve captured them so well Paula. Absolutely stunning shot hon! Thanks for the music as well. I enjoyed. 😀
Have a lovely day hon! ♥ Big Hugs ♥
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Excellent wildlife shot Paula. Just watch out, don’t let their beauty fool you, swans can be downright nasty 🙂
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Amazing shot! I love Hyde park, one of my favorite places in London.
That’s an amazing shot Paula! what a wingspan on that graceful bird.
Never a noise when it’s comes to nature, Paula. I got what you mean though. 😉
Splendide mouvement des ailes, belle image Paula !
Beautiful, and well spotted 🙂
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