Friday, September 30, 2011

Swan lake

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33 comments:

  1. Flott og rolig bilde av svanene.

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  2. Fantastic shot of the swans.

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  3. A lovely moment to have captured.

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  4. It's a beautiful composition, I like the swans ordered in the background.

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  5. So beautiful! This is a perfect shot Tommy.

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  6. Dette ble drømmeaktiv vakkert, Tommy. Virkelig et nydelig arbeide.

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  7. Nydelig bilde. Passer veldig godt i s/h. Svanen fremst ser fantastisk ut. Det ser ut som den har englevinger som er slått ut. Fine linjer og vakkert lys.

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  8. oh that is an awesome photo ... splendid!!

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  9. En helt underbar och sagolik bild!

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  10. Awesome, Its a pleasure to come back after summer.
    Saludos

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  11. Beautiful black and white photography.

    Regards and best wishes

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  12. så vakkert Tommy, flott eksponert!

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  13. Mimo iż tylko czarno-białe, ale piękne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam

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  14. Heisann!

    Put on your walking shoes, bring with your camera or paper and pen and document what you see on October 9 and link to my blog!
    More information: http://viltogvakkert.blogspot.com/2011/10/bloggers-sunday-walk.html

    Join us ;:OD)
    Comment on my post on Sunday, and I collect the links and make a new post on Monday!

    Nice to meet you as a follower on my blog. Your swanlake is so beautiful !

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  15. Underbar bild!
    Hälsningar Halina

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  16. Belle mise en scène" naturelle". Une telle compagnie est digne d'un Opéra.

    Roger

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  17. Heisann.

    Skikkelig flott bilde.

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  18. Wonderfull shot, greeting from Belgium

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  19. Truly magical in B&W. I love the effect.

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    1. thank you so much. fosbobetr good Archive

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