Photography Swan Posted on August 28, 2009September 6, 2012 by Thomas Slatin [geo_mashup_show_on_map_link zoom=10]View On FlickrSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostSummer Sunset Next PostPyromania 22 thoughts on “Swan”Such beautiful detail in this shot! I love how you can see the droplets of water on the swan’s beak and the close up on the eye and the light feathered skin.Loading...ReplyI love the angle in which the photo has been clicked. Swans are really great water birds to watch.Loading...ReplyI see the sacrifice given to this output. It takes alot of patience man….thanks for this unique pieceLoading...ReplyA swan close up wow!!! I never see a swan this majestic.. This is why nature rules. We can just be stewards but not the master of it. Very good shot!!!!Loading...ReplyWhat!!! Though I have never doubted you work, this is another reason. This is a great close up, just imagining how u fulfilled this.Loading...ReplyThat swan look so elegant. Just like a painting. Thanks for sharing this mesmerizing photo.Loading...ReplyI have always loved the color on a swan. The color here looks nice. I like your selection of photosLoading...ReplySwans are really beautiful bird to watch and the way this picture is clicked made it more beautiful.Loading...ReplyThe Swan is such a charming bird. I love the close up picture, it focuses on the swan’s face. It is as though the Swan wants to talk with it’s eye.Loading...ReplyWhat a magnificent shot. The portrait mode worked amazingly well.Loading...ReplyThis is so detailed down to the water drops. A brilliant photo indeed.Loading...ReplyI just love the clarity of the shot. You must have an amazing camera.Loading...ReplyThe swan looks like its smiling. I love it a lot.Loading...ReplyDoes the swan have a name? I’d have loved to know its name.Loading...ReplyI think swans are among the most adorable birds out there. God must have spent some extra time on them.Loading...ReplyI wish I had a swan as a pet. They are such likable animals.Loading...ReplyIt looks very similar to a goose. I think swans and geese re distant cousins haha.Loading...ReplyI wonder what the swan is looking at. It seems very focused.Loading...ReplyWhat a long beak it has! Even longer than a duck’s.Loading...ReplyThe photo belongs in a nature magazine. Very professionally done Tom.Loading...ReplyThe angle you took this swan makes it look a bit different. I’m always seen the white ones all the time but I like the light yellow color moreLoading...ReplyGreat shot Tom, the swan looks very unique with the drops sliding.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.