12 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

    1. I think it’s pretty unusual for so many to be there at one time. We do often see swans there, but must have been there as they met up for a ‘bevy’! (I just looked up the group definition).😁 It was stunning to see so many.

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    1. Thank you so much, Lynn. It’s such a lovely little spot, where waterways meet. We definitely go there to just breath & be refreshed.

      Will look out for your wildlife photos. Sounds a wonderful plan. I really need to dust my camera off more often. Have a lovely weekend.😊

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  1. That’s hardly ‘word less’. A picture is worth a thousand words. But they also say a word can evoke a thousand pictures.
    Some great spring scenes which we will have to wait another month or two so experience here.

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    1. Thank you. That’s very thought provoking. The images are from a favoured place to just be & breath it all in. Spring has arrived early here with all it’s beautiful colours. I hope you enjoy a wonderful Spring on its arrival.

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  2. I love the swans. The swan is the symbol of my hometown. We have dozens of swans that live on a small lake near downtown. Many of them are descendants of a pair of swans given to our city by Queen Elizabeth back in the 1950’s.

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