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I liked how the swan disturbed what had been perfect reflections of the building, taken on the water of Leith, Edinburgh.

Taken with canon 50d and sigma 24 – 70 lens


water, river, reflections, buildings, scottish, swan, aorbanimals, aorbmisc

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  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 4 years ago

    Stunning work Lynne. I really like the dark reflected buildings and the brilliant white Swan. My sister lives in Leith. A FAV for me. Don.

  • Thanks for the great comments my friend.

    – Lynne Morris

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Darover 4 years ago

    amezing work

  • Thank you Bobby.

    – Lynne Morris

  • Rafferty-Evans
    Rafferty-Evansover 4 years ago

    Wonderful detail of the swan, and I love the reflections in the water of the swan and the building!

  • Thanks Lee-Anne for the great comments.

    – Lynne Morris

  • BCImages
    BCImagesover 4 years ago

    superb image Lynne

  • Thanks Steve and Lesley

    – Lynne Morris

  • Svetlana Sewell
    Svetlana Sewellover 4 years ago

    Wonderful shot:))))))))))

  • Thanks Lana.

    – Lynne Morris

  • John44
    John44over 4 years ago

    This always work
    A swan helps a lot in a photo shoot day

  • Thanks John for your kind comments.

    – Lynne Morris

  • MarianBendeth
    MarianBendethover 4 years ago

    Fantastic!!!!! Wonderful capture and so serene and pristine!

  • Thanks Marian for your kind comments.

    – Lynne Morris

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 4 years ago

    Simple but elegant Lynne …

  • Thanks Tom.

    – Lynne Morris

  • Brian Carey
    Brian Careyover 4 years ago

    Lovely shot Lynne!

  • Thanks Brian

    – Lynne Morris

  • Mike Oxley
    Mike Oxleyover 4 years ago

    I remember the swans on the Water of Leith and they were never this clean and white in my day. Marvellous capture, Lynne.

  • Thanks Mike, do you ever come back over to Scotland?

    – Lynne Morris

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