How To Take Great Photos of Swans Safely

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Swans are very graceful and beautiful birds, and to be able to get close to them and not startle them will get you some great photos of these awesome birds .I will tell you how to do that and keep you and these beautiful birds safe .


Some Quick Facts About Swans:


Swans are not known to attack humans without cause, and it is said they can actually remember humans that have been kind to them .


The male swan is a very devoted father and husband and are said to stay with their mate for life.


A male swan if provoked can hit you with the knucklebone of his wing to defend his family .


One blow from his wing is strong enough to break a man’s arm.


Swans are the biggest known bird in the bird family to fly, and they can fly as fast as 50 to 60 miles per hour

When baby swans are born there are gray in color

When a female swan sits on a nest of eggs she will not leave the nest until all the eggs are hatched, not even to eat .

Swans who live in a protected environment have been known to live as long as 30 years .


I have taking photos of swans for three spring seasons, they are not far from where I live and right now there is a new mother swan sitting on her nest of eggs. I wanted to get some photos of her but it is still way to cold here to do that now and to do it safely .

Taking good photos of swans will take some skill and patience which will pay off in the end . You don’t need any special camera or equipment to get good photos of swan, just a good digital camera and a good eye for detail will help you to pick your best shots.

When approaching swans you never want to make a lot of noise and never sneak up on them either, if the male feels you are threaten his family he will attack you, expressly if his mate is sitting on a nest full of eggs . You want to always take slow steps when approaching swans and gain their trust first before trying to take any photos of them .

When you see they no longer mind you being around them you can now start shooting some photos of them, but always keep in mind to move slowly and pick a good spot where you can get good photos of them without moving around too much. You may also want to bring some bread with you to feed them, this is a great way to gain their trust and keep them busy while you shoot your photos of them .

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On my second season of taking pictures of swans I found them at our local beach soaking up the sun on a warm late spring day. I took my time and let them get use to me being around them, and then soon I was able to move around them freely . In the excitement of getting some great photos of these swans I got too bold by trying to get to close to them . And the male let me know by charging at me, but I kept my cool and slowly reached my hand out to him has you would a dog, and he put his orange colored bill in the palm of my hand has if to smell me, at this point I was shaking with excitement at the response I received from the male swan, but not one to wear out my welcome I felt it was time to leave these beautiful swans and let them enjoy the sun and beach .

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If you ever have the opportunity to take photos of these beautiful birds please do, but remember that your main goal is to keep these swans and yourself safe, so that you and other people may enjoying see them again . And you will walk away with some great photos of these graceful birds and some wonderful memories you won’t forget !

All the photos were taking by me with a Fujifilm digital camera .over a time period of three years and three generations of swans .

 

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Dexter Yarbrough 5 years ago from United States

Wow. Excellent information! I was not aware that a swan could break my arm with one blow from his wing. Thanks for saving me from some pain the next time I attempt to take photos of them!


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mannyrolando 5 years ago

Excellent hub... I really enjoyed reading this information. Great photos of this beautiful birds!


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toknowinfo 5 years ago

Hi Tom, This was a great hub. I really enjoyed the info and the pictures. This is one of my favorite hubs of yours besides anything you write about Tanya. Just a little bit of trivia. In England, all the swans are property of the Queen. Voted up, awesome, and beautiful.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Dexter nice to see you, glad you enjoyed reading this hub, their wings have to be real strong to get these big swans off the ground.Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments .


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi mannyrolando nice to see you, glad you enjoyed the photos and information in this hub ! Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi toknowinfo nice to see you, Thanks so much for your nice words, mean a lot to me ! Thanks for the bit of trivia and thanks so much for stopping by and to for your always nice comments !

Have a great night my friend !!!


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wytegarillaz 5 years ago from Australia

Enjoyed your hub , found you while hub hopping !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi wytegarillaz nice to see you, thanks for leaving a comment while you were hub hopping, glad to hear you enjoyed this hub !


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tonymead60 5 years ago from Yorkshire

HI

I didn't know that they were the biggest flying bird, I thought it was the albertross or something.

nice hub

cheers

Tony


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Genna East 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

I have often wondered about these majestic creatures...thank you for this lovely and informative hub!


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AliciaC 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

I like to photograph the swans that live in a park near me, especially when the cygnets come on land. Thank you for sharing your photos and the information about swans. I love the fact that the male swan changed from charging you to putting his bill in your hand. What a great experience!


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Chatkath 5 years ago from California

I love Swans - They are such beautiful creatures and I am very impressed with your photos. Bravo! Really enjoyed your Hub!


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi tonymead60 nice to see you, Some swans can have a wing span of 10 feet and then i think weight factor of the swan may have a lot to it being the biggest flying bird . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Genna nice to see you, hope this hub gave you a better image of the swan's life and habits . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi AliciaC nice to see you, hope you will get the chance to take photos of the swans near you and maybe write a hub about it. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Chatkath nice to see you, Thank you for your kind words about my swan photos glad you enjoyed viewing them ! Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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acaetnna 5 years ago from Guildford

Great information and pictures Kashmir. I was very pleased to read:-

'The male swan is a very devoted father and husband and are said to stay with their mate for life.'

What a pity some husbands don't follow the male swan's example!!


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thougtforce 5 years ago from Sweden

The swans are magnificent birds and I am amazed over how close you have come to them. The photos are fantastic and the article is full with great information. It is good to see them enjoying the sun. Voted up! Tina


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hp acaetnna mice to see you, Yes i think we all could learn something from our animal friends . Glad you enjoyed this hub and thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi thougtforce nice to see you, If you let them get use to you being around them you can get close and get some great photos of these beautiful birds.Glad you enjoyed this hub and thank you for the vote up ! Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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daffodil2010 5 years ago

oh, they are so beautiful! thanks for sharing.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi daffodil2010 nice to see you glad you enjoyed the photos ! Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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dearabbysmom 5 years ago from Indiana

Wonderful photos, and I appreciate the work it took to get them. I knew swans could be "mean" and have not attempted photos, so thank you for sharing.


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Mrs. Menagerie 5 years ago from The Zoo

Great hub and photos. Very interesting topic.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi dearabbysmom nice to see you, swans are not really mean, but the male is really protective of his mate and will let you know if you get too close. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Mrs. Menagerie nice to see you, glad you found this hub interesting and enjoyed the photos ! thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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primpo 5 years ago from Ocean County New Jersey

Hi Tom, great hub. I love swans.. they are beautiful and majestic. You have once again outdid yourself with a great hub and I just love the photo's . Keep us posted with the mom swan.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi primpo nice to see you, glad to hear you enjoyed this hub and the swan photos . Mom swan is still sitting on the nest waiting for her eggs to hatch .

Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


tinamarie9884 5 years ago

I absolutely love your hub on swans. I am an animal lover, have researched allot on diff. animals but not the swan. I am glad that I stopped by!!


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi tinamarie nice to see you, glad you stopped by to and glad you enjoy this hub . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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prairieprincess 5 years ago from Canada

Wow, this is very cool! I love the pics, and the information about taking pictures. I think I'd be nervous to get too close to these guys, but I'm so glad you had the courage because they are beautiful creatures. Lovely!


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi prairieprincess nice to see you, glad to hear you enjoyed the pictures and information in this hub ! once the swans get use to you being around them then you can get closer to them and get great photos of them. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Becky Puetz 5 years ago from Oklahoma

kashmir, thank you for sharing your advice and your experience in taking pictures of these beautiful swans.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Becky nice to see you, glad you found this hub useful . Thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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johndwilliams 5 years ago from Essex England

Great photos - voted up, thanks for sharing your knowledge


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi johndwilliams nice to see you, glad you enjoyed the photos and thanks for the vote up . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Minnetonka Twin 5 years ago from Minnesota

Hi Tom and thanks for a really great hub. I love these beautiful pictures and thank you for sharing your experience with swans. So far I have only taken pictures of swans from afar. Great job :)


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Minnetonka Twin nice to see you, glad you enjoyed this hub and the photos ! Maybe if you have the chance you can get better photos of swans now . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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ethel smith 5 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

They are beautiful creatures and the advice here is spot on


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi ethel nice to see you, glad you have enjoyed this hub, to be up close to these beautiful birds is a amazing experience . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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angie ashbourne 5 years ago

Hi! Excellent Hub! I love the Swan photos.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi angie nice to see you,glad you enjoyed this hub and the swan photos .Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Victoria Stephens 5 years ago from London

Hi Kashmir56,

I never knew a swans wing was that strong! I love swans, they are so beautiful and elegant, I could sit and watch them all day. Brilliant tips about respecting them and their area when taking photos. Keep up the good work.xxx


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Victoria nice to see you,yes you are so right swans are so beautiful and elegant, glad you enjoyed this hub ! Thanks so much for your nice comments and to for stopping by !


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daydreamer13 5 years ago

Interesting and great pictures! Very well done!


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi daydreamer nice to see you, glad to hear you found it interesting and enjoyed the photos! Thanks so much for your nice comments and to for stopping by !


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twentyfive 5 years ago

I'm gonna be kind to swans from now on lol This is amazing!


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi twentyfive nice to see you, glad you liked this hub , Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

These are beautiful kashmir. I haven't seen a swan in person yet, but we have plenty of geese and ducks here to photograph.


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Flora nice to see you, If you don't have swans neer your home than maybe you can take pictures of the ducks and geese i am sure the same safety rules apply . Thank so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Stephanie Henkel 5 years ago from USA

Tundra swans often make their winter home near the Outer Banks near where I live, but I've never been able to get close enough to get good pictures. It's wonderful that you've been able to get so close to the swans in your park, and I love the shot of the male swan telling you to keep your distance. I was surprised to learn how strong they are! Voted up!


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kashmir56 5 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Stephanie nice to see you, once you earn their trust you can get close to them and get great photos of them, bring some bread next time and feed them . Glad you enjoyed this hub and thanks for the vote up . Also thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments .


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aviannovice 4 years ago from Stillwater, OK

Voted awesome from the Bird Lady! I am also following you, as you have many good hubs to read.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi aviannovice nice to see you glad you have enjoyed reading my hub on taking pictures of swans safely. thanks for the follow and also thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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schoolgirlforreal 4 years ago from USA

I love this, it's very interesting and beautiful! I love how the male swan as you say "The male swan is a very devoted father and husband and are said to stay with their mate for life."

Swans always seemed to be a symbol of purity to me, do you think that's a fair assumption? They are certaily beautiuful. Nice pictures too!

A very pleasant hub!


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Rose nice to see you once more, so glad you found this hub interesting and beautiful . Glad you enjoyed the pictures as well. Yes i thinks you may be right about swans being a symbol of purity, they are very beautiful and trusting birds and it is so amazing to see them up close as well . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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RTalloni 4 years ago from the short journey

So interesting--thanks for the swan facts. I've thought of going to a nearby park to photograph swans but am glad I read this before trying to do it! My favorite photo in this hub is your last one, though I like them all. :)


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi RTalloni nice to see you, so glad to hear you found this information interesting . If you do go down to the park to photograph the swans, just give them time to get use to you being there, and feed them so bread and you will get so great photos of them . Glad you likes all the photos,the last one is one of my favorite photos as well . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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stars439 4 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

Wonderful , and interesting hub. They are elegant birds, and I pray they will enjoy their full lives. GBY my friend.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi my friend stars nice to see you,so glad you enjoyed this hub, hope you like the photos as well. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

wow, yeah! this is really really great! I love your photos and your useful tips and info here.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi snowdrops nice to see you, so glad to hear you have enjoyed these photos of these beautiful swans. And glad you found all the information here about them useful. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

Love your swan pictures. I have some around here that I took a long time ago. They are so beautiful and babies are so cute. Voted up on your nice hub.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi moonlake nice to see you, So glad to hear you found these swan photos beautiful and the babies cute . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Rosemay50 4 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

You have some beautiful photos here and give some excellent advice. Patience is the key.

I used to go almost daily to feed duck and swans at a beach inlet. Only once was charged by a male as I must have got too close to the nest. But there was one greedy male who would come and nibble my toes or the backs of my calves if I didn't throw him bread quicky enough.

Awesome photos and voting up and more


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Rosemay50 nice to see you, glad to hear you had a great experience interacting with some ducks and swans . I know how exciting that experience is and how rewarding it can be has well. Thanks so much for the voting up and more ! Also thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia

Kash, this was a great hib, Swans are so graceful and beautiful. That is amazing that you can get so close to them. I have tried before and they usually fly away or chase me:) Great job and wise tips Kash! Voted up, useful, and beautiful.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi thelyricwriter nice to see you, glad you enjoyed this hub,the trick of it is to go very slow and let the swans get use to you being there before you start taking any photos. And you are right swans are so graceful and beautiful.Thanks so much for your voted up, useful, and beautiful. Also thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments.


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Cathleena Beams 4 years ago from Lascassas, Tennessee

Great swan photos. I didn't realize they could be so dangerous although this shouldn't have been a surprise to me. I used to have a Toulouse Goose and she used to chase the neighbors back to their cars.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Cathleena nice to see you, glad you enjoyed all the swan photos, the swans only can be dangerous to someone if they feel threaten . Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Pollyannalana 4 years ago from US

What a fun hub and great shots and though I do not have the privilege to photograph swans (so wish I did) I lucked into some duck and geese shots today. They were acting so crazy I couldn't believe it and I got a lot of weird shots where they were all cleaning up in the water's edge in all sorts of weird positions. I had so much fun I want to go back tomorrow! Up and sharing.


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Pollyannalana nice to see you, so nice to hear you enjoyed this hub and like the photos of these beautiful swans. Nice to hear you have been shooting photos of some ducks and geese, it may make a great hub for you to write. Thanks so much for your vote up and sharing ! Also thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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girishpuri 4 years ago from NCR , INDIA

Great photographs and great share, thanks


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi girishpuri nice to see you, glad you enjoyed these photos of these very beautiful swans. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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ignugent17 4 years ago

Enjoyed the beautiful pictures and thanks for the tips on how to take the photos of the swans. I will remeber to be kind to them, so that they will remember me too.

Have a good day! :-)


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi ignugent17 nice to see you, glad you enjoyed this hub and all the beautiful swan photos. Always be kind to them and bring them some bread to eat and they will welcome you each time. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

I learned much that I did not know about swans and swan behavior by reading this hub of yours. You did get some great photos. Knowing that a male swan could break a man's arm...you were brave to stand your ground and hold out your hand to him as he approached. Up votes and sharing!


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kashmir56 4 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Peggy nice to see you, It nice to share this information with other so they know how to take photos of these beautiful birds and to know just how to be around them without disturbing them or making them attract you.They can be very friendly birds if you do it right. Glad to hear you have learned a few things from this information and if you ever want to take photos of swans or just walk around them you will know how . I was not afraid when the male swan approached me and just using a little common sense i ended up making a friend. Thanks so much for the vote up and share ! Also thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Fantastic idea in taking such lovely photos.


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi DDE nice to see you, nice to hear you enjoyed reading this article, hope you enjoyed the swan photos as well .

Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Seeker7 3 years ago from Fife, Scotland

Hi Tom, What a beautiful and fascinating hub this is - the photos are stunning! I loved your encounter with the male swan who was charging - what a beautiful experience to have when he put his beak in your hand!

We have swans at our local Loch where I walk the dogs and it's so wonderful and soothing just to watch them. They are protected and yes, a few of them have been together for a long time. I think my favourite thing to watch though is when they come into land over the water. Just before the plop down into the waves it's like they're water skiing on their feet - it's brilliant to watch!

Anyway, Tom thank you for a lovely and inspirational hub and I know now how to get some good photos of my local swans!


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

Came back to read again. Now that I have a Pinterest account, this will be a perfect one to pin to my Birds board. Really enjoyed your several generations of photos and learning from one of the comments that all swans in England belong to the Queen. Interesting! Up and useful votes and beautiful (for your photos.)


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Helen nice to see you, glad to hear you enjoyed this article and loved viewing these photos of the swans. Hope now you will be able to get some great shot of the swans where you live. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Peggy nice to see you, thanks for giving it a second read and thanks for pining it on your bird board on Pinterest. Thanks so much for the vote up interesting and useful and beautiful for my swan photos. Also thanks for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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AudreyHowitt 3 years ago from California

I didn't know that swans were so strong nor that they were so devoted to family--very interesting article Tom!


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi Audrey nice to see you, swans are very beautiful birds and very smart to, and strong when defending their family . Nice to hear you thought this article was interesting, hope you enjoyed the swan photos as well. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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travmaj 3 years ago from australia

This is a great hub, your swan information is most interesting. What beautiful birds they are and love the photos. I found this delightful to read. Thank you.


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi travmaj nice to see you, nice to hear you enjoyed reading this article and enjoyed all my photos of these very beautiful swans. Even today i still enjoy taking photos of swans and their babies. Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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KoffeeKlatch Gals 3 years ago from Sunny Florida

Beautiful swan pictures. I was amazed to find out that swans were so family oriented. Beautiful hub.


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts Author

Hi KoffeeKlatch Gals nice to see you, yes they are very family oriented and loyal as well. I just had the pleasure of taking photos of a new family of swans which i have posted on RedGage.com if you like to check them out ! Thanks so much for stopping by and to for your nice comments !


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Faith Reaper 3 years ago from southern USA

Hi Kashmir,

What beautiful photos here of the swans! Thank you for the interesting and most useful information you have included here, for I did not know such. I loved taking my children to see all the ducks, geese and swans, but I had no idea how powerful the swans are, so now I will be sure to keep the grands from getting too close.

I wanted to check on you, and make sure I did not miss any new hubs of yours, and then I saw this one.

I hope all is well with you and yours.

Up ++++ and sharing

Hugs, Faith Reaper

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