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Photos taken on my HTC Desire and Olympus E-1 mostly taken while walking my 10 year old rescued greyhound, Tim.
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28th Jul 2009, 22:21   | tags:,,,

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crickson says:

Wow that's awesome!

28th Jul 2009, 22:23

cariadus says:

Thanks!

28th Jul 2009, 22:25

cariadus says:

Thanks, no there aren't any cygnets with them. There are some other birds, especially ducks and seagulls. Geese stop off briefly in the autumn. But swans are the real masters of the lake.

28th Jul 2009, 22:35

cariadus says:

I must admit I had a mental lapse and had to think hard about it too. :)

28th Jul 2009, 22:45

shitake says:

Ah,Cariadus the second shot is brilliant!

29th Jul 2009, 01:03

Spiderbaby says:

Oooh! Pretty and serious swans. Gorgeous shots with the sky and all :)
* No.2 faved

29th Jul 2009, 01:38

TheOtherHalf says:

The first photo made me think of you and I - you forging on ahead of me and me nagging to ask you to slow down and wait for me!!! lol! Its the open beak that does it!

29th Jul 2009, 04:33

Anonymous says:

Could this be highlighted please

29th Jul 2009, 09:22

Dhamaka says:

I love these shots and completely agree with what TheOtherHalf says... or maybe she's saying 'you spent WHAT on beer last night?'

29th Jul 2009, 10:28

cariadus says:

shitake, thanks.

Spiderbaby, thanks, swans always seem to look serious, don't they?

TOH, yes I thought she was saying, 'hey, wait for me!'

Anonymous, no idea who you are but thank you!

Dhamaka, :)

29th Jul 2009, 11:58

hildegard says:

Now there's lovely. :)

29th Jul 2009, 12:12

Lyzardly says:

These are fantastic!
As a random aside, I learned the word cygnet on Moblog as well. Euphro taught it to me. :)

29th Jul 2009, 21:53

cariadus says:

hildegard, I can just hear the Welsh accent there :)

Lyzardly, thanks! Moblog is very edifying, isn't it? :)

29th Jul 2009, 23:59

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