Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Lake Como...

 Behold the Mute Swan
 
 
 Beautiful...
 
 
Confident...
 
 
Wings of an Angel
 
 
 Protective... 
 
 
 Elegant & Graceful...
 
 
 Mates for Life
 
Lake Como, New Jersey...October 12, 2014
 
There was a bike ride on the boardwalk, oceanside,
an Italian Festival, an awesome lunch...
and lot's of amazing wildlife.
All of this, makes life, really good!! 
 

14 comments:

  1. Neat photos. Swans are always so beautiful.

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  2. Debbie, do you remember the Swan Boats in Asbury Park when we were little? Oh, how they fascinated me. Mom and I used to go to Newberry's Dept. Store then she and I would take a little walk to look at the boats. What a lovely memory your photos brought back this morning. xxoo, m & jb

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  3. All your adjectives are on the spot. Yep...life is good.

    Happy Tuesday to you.

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  4. Debbie, sounds like you had an awesome time.. Love the pretty swans and photos.. Have a great day!

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  5. so beautiful. love the cocked head in one of these shots. :)

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  6. Oooooooooooo, gorgeous captures of these beauties Debbie!

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  7. Gorgeous pictures of the Mute Swans Debbie!!So elegant birds!!Love them!!Great captures!
    Dimi...

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  8. They are such beauties, Debbie, and so very graceful.

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  9. Saw the name of your blog on another blog, and I'm not disappointed. LOVE your header. Awesome series of the swans too:)

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  10. The swans are gorgeous! I love all the detail you captured in your shots!

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  11. Beautiful shots Debbie.
    I always do like pictures of swans. They are so majestic.

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  12. Swans are such graceful looking birds. You got some really great shots of them. I really liked the "Wings of an Angel" shot.

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  13. Lots and lots of beauty ... They are very beautiful!!!!
    Besos.

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  14. Wow, more awesome pictures to share. These are so beautiful and they are magnificent birds.
    Blessings for these spectacular photos.

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