You may remember some weeks back, I wrote about a line cygnet. It was very cute looking, but was the only one with it's parents. Well, I returned last week and am quite sure I found the little fellow. Although he is not so little any more. It looked to be doing very well and in good shape.
How I found the cygnet a month or so ago.
And how I found him just last week.
It managed to give me a very similar pose.
Growing into quite a handsome beast.
love his charcoal coming through!ReplyDelete
So cute, now so handsome!! Nice pose doubles!!ReplyDelete
Very nice ,NetteReplyDelete
Always nice to bump into an old (or young) friend. Lovely pictures.ReplyDelete
Hootin' Anni @ Hootin' Anni's - Egret taking to flight
I'd Rather B Birdin - Cooper's Hawk
Wow, that's a big difference! And great shots!ReplyDelete
A great series of photos and a few weeks makes a huge difference in growth.ReplyDelete
Such great photos of the little Swan baby growing big!ReplyDelete
I also love to take pictures of those at our wetland.
Greetings Pia in Sweden
Great close ups!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
AHHHH, he is a cutie! Great shots!ReplyDelete
Really cool that you got comparison shots Adam! What a transformation!ReplyDelete
Thats a great "before and during" shot (I dont think the swan has got to "after" yet"!)ReplyDelete
The Red Grouse in the last post is a cracking bird - it deserves to be famous.......!
Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW
Stewart M - Australia
Great photos of a lovely bird.ReplyDelete
Oh He is QUITE Handsome! And what a cute baby he was too :)ReplyDelete
Looks like he recognised you as an old friend Adam.ReplyDelete
I think he recognized you! Glad he made it.ReplyDelete
Love these follow-up shots. He's very handsome, indeed!ReplyDelete