Swans form monogamous pair that bonds for many years, and in some cases they can last for life. Though they are considered the largest duck in the world under the Anatidae family, they can be graceful in their pose.
These pictures not only portray their elegance in their mist of courtship, but equally capable of showing sign of aggression or jeolousy by the male with the familiar busking pose with wings arched backs to wade of intruders.
Stoking with different times of the day, it allowed me to demonstrate a variety of mood and tones, added with an interesting assortment of water formation that had it transformed into an array of fanciful coloured patterns and texture that come all together as almost magical and an expression as though they are living in a heavenly lake.
These pictures were a cumulation of about 4 months work.
All these are Mute Swans (one of the world's largest flying bird), so-called because, compared to other kinds of swans, they make very little noise.
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