“Hello… Who is that down there?”
Shadow Shot Sunday
This guy is such a beauty! And the curl of his neck appearing to gaze at his reflection is awesome! Terrific photo!
Such a handsome bird!
Magnificent creature!A SHADOW THE SIZE OF THE SUNIf I had a shadow the size of the sun,I’m not sure how fast I’d be able to run,Or if I could flee from its ravenous jaws,While keeping away from its razor-sharp claws!© 2012 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadows here and there
for some reason, the water looks like ice to me...and makes me think that it is cold in this picture. the swan is beautiful.
Sarayu, you're right. It was a cold day and there was a thin layer of ice along the shores of the lake.
Yes, it does look COLD!! But what a gorgeous swan and a terrific shadow shot for the day! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!Sylvia
That's a truly beautiful image!
Love your photo. Black swans are very difficult to photograph, at least for me.
What a wonderful swan shadow.
Lovely capture.Shadow Shot at my page. Have a blessed Sunday!
Oh my - you've made me laugh... who indeed is that? I love, love, love the fact that he looks like he is staring at his reflection... how ever were you able to capture this wonderful shot?Hugs, Antonella :-)P.S. I am also participating in SSS2, and I've created a free printable / digi with the shadow quote this week...join me here: http://quilling.blogspot.com/2012/01/simply-sunday-shadow-shot-january-8.html
he is gorgeous and it looks like he is admiring himself in the reflection. great grab on this one Monica and the snowman in the header is "watching me" and is soooo cute.
Looks a bit narcissistic to me!
Absolut fin bild och en perfect skugga, minsann.Ha en underbar söndag,/chie
A beautiful black swan and such a lovely photo you have captured.xoxoxo ♡
Just beautiful. ;^) I would love to see a black swan.Thank you for sharing!
It is very beautiful and majestic. Greetings from Romania. Have a nice week.
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