the cold winds made white caps
on the icy waters
of the lake today
as two swans
struggled to get across
Beautiful captures 🙂
That last shot is utterly amazing. And, wow, does it look frigid out there!
Thank you. Yes, I’m still trying to get warm after taking those shots a few hours ago!
Great photos of the swans. My goodness it looks cold!
Thank you. It’s Freezing here!
Oh my goodness! I love that last one of the solo swan.
It took me a minute to figure out it was a rock in the water in your second photo—I was trying to make it look like some sort of water beast emerging from the depths! ; )
Thanks Kate. You know, I thought the same thing about that rock when I first uploaded it!
Have to laugh as I thought the same thing as well. Some kind of winter water monster.
Hahaha! Maybe I should re-edit it and make that rock gray or black…or somehing. Or maybe I’ll just let it baffle people!
I always find it so amazing that they survive in weather like this.
I know, I got cold just watching them in that freezing water! Thanks as always Lisa!
Oh you’re so lucky to have these Trumpeter Swans. Lovely winter captures you have here.
Thanks you! Yes, I just love these swans.
Gorgeous pictures of the swans, especially the last one. Grace in motion!
Thanks Jo Ann!
It doesn’t seem so at first glance but there is so much color in the first photo – wonderful 🙂
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