When I recently saw all the Tundra Swans in North Carolina, it reminded me of the Mute Swans we saw when we were in England in 2015. They were in St. James Park in London.
These I am sharing again as I am also trying to transfer favorite photographs from my old blog which I love to look back on. Embedded in my memory, cast in stone so to speak, is the joy of seeing the swans with their cygnets that day. When I look at my old photos those feelings come flooding back.
Added note: I am getting a real good education on identifying these beautiful birds. My thanks to Eileen of Viewing Nature with Eileen for helping me. I had at first identified them as Trumpeter Swans, but realized after refreshing my memory, that these are Mute Swans. I have corrected my post. I also borrowed the same illustration that I found for my Tundra Swans post. I should have remembered to look at that first, and my thanks again to Eileen. I always appreciate my blogging friends' help with correct ID.
Enjoy your day and thank you for looking at these old photos.