Feeding Time at the River

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It was another glorious sunny day for mid November and we had been out for a drive in the county and then stopped at a section of the waterfront trail that we rarely walk along.  As we came over the bridge from the county we could see the huge flocks of Canada Geese and noticed some swans nearby too.

The water in the river was so still, just perfect for photographing reflections in the water.  Here are some of the swans as they head into the harbour looking for good places for lunch.

Pushing their long, graceful necks into the water they were able to find lots of good things to nibble on.

I just can’t resist taking all sorts of photos of the swans.

This has to be one of my favourites as it pulls it head from the water.  I was even able to capture the water beading off its beak.

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