Sunrise Swan

Recently, Bride Swan visited right around sunrise. I tried to persuade her to stay in just the right spot. I wanted the sunrise to be behind her in my pictures.

She just didn’t want to cooperate.

But I’ll settle for the glow of golden hour on her white feathers.

And she’ll settle for some bread.

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20 responses to “Sunrise Swan

  1. Even though Bride Swan didn’t cooperate with your photographic plans – she still looks so majestic in her white frock with the sunrise glow on her long neck. Nice shots!!

    Pam (and Sam)

  2. Beautiful! I love the swan – she is so regal looking…and she looked so pretty in the glow of the sunset. Have a great day!

  3. What stunning pictures – the swan looks lovely in the glow of the light.

  4. Talk about ‘gilding the lily’!!! The sunrise is really gilding Bride Swan’s lovely white!

  5. Love June’s comment…gilded is right.

  6. Good morning pretty swan! And pretty sky!

  7. tempermental models!

  8. Bride Swan has a mind of her own, I see. 🙂

  9. Bread for a golden hour swan? Sounds like a fair trade to me!!

  10. These scenes look so peaceful and serene…a wonderful way to end the day, for swan and photographer alike! ~ Sheila

  11. Truly a beautiful graceful bride in any light. Your swan friends are so romantic. 🙂

  12. Beautiful. Swans are so lovely to look at.

  13. Such beautiful photos! Lucky you to get the opportunity! I’m still waiting for my second chance! Here’s the story of my first chance with a poem at the end:

    http://paulatohlinecalhoun1951.wordpress.com/2011/04/27/an-explanation/

  14. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    The sun glow made Swan Bride even more lovely!

  15. She sure is a beauty.

  16. She is so graceful and beautiful-the golden glow is stunning!

  17. What a beauty! You are so blessed to have these lovely birds to photograph.

  18. Ms. Bride Swan is very beautiful in the morning light! Wonderful photos.

  19. She’s so pretty in that light against the blue of the water.
    Very nice.
    ~d.

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