Black Swans again

Black Swan on Tuross wetlands

Pair of Black Swans

part of the extensive wetlands near the Tuross River

Some more images from yesterday’s outing, these wetlands adjacent to the Princes Highway are glowing in the afternoon light. Tomorrow I will post the Spoonbill pics πŸ™‚

Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony” Mahatma Gandhi

19 thoughts on “Black Swans again

  1. Oh wow! They are so gorgeous and you took captured them so beautifully hon! I would never grow tired of seeing them. πŸ™‚

  2. There’s a little seaside town called Dawlish, ten miles from me where a very little river runs through the town to the sea and there have been black swans there for decades. Back in the winter I saw one on our canal and have no idea how it got there all alone, but hope it found its way home before the local mute swans picked on it.

    • thanks for your comment judy …the first one was just that, the first one, as i suddenly noticed the swans moving out of the tall grass and into the water, it looked so pretty with the pink flowering water plant!

  3. We have a famous upscale eatery here by the name of The Black Swan — very elegant, like your photos. I really like the black swan admiring her reflection in the water.

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