My Swan(s) @ Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT. 6:18 a.m. this morning. 31° F. Photos from this morning here.  Backstories on swans here.


  1. ❤️❤️❤️


  2. So very beautiful….


  3. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Silent, soothing beauty!! … “Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT. 6:18 a.m. this morning. 31° F.”


  4. Michael Zahaby says:

    Beautiful. Did you use a filter, or is this the natural light?


  5. If only the world could find such symmetry and peace.


  6. All your today’s photos are beautiful!


  7. You captured some morning sweetness & calm..
    Are Swans your Spirit Bird?

    Your title, Symmetry -just wondering if you also like Federal Architecture? Federal Architecture is Symmetrical…

    The Mute Swan is reported to mate for life. However, changing of mates does occur infrequently, and swans will remate if their partner dies. If a male loses his mate and pairs with a young female, she joins him on his territory. If he mates with an older female, they go to hers. If a female loses her mate, she remates quickly and usually chooses a younger male.
    The black knob at the base of the male Mute Swan’s bill swells during the breeding season and becomes noticeably larger than the female’s. The rest of the year the difference between the sexes is not obvious.

    Based on banding records, the oldest known Mute Swan in North America was a male and at least 26 years, 9 months old when he was found in Rhode Island, the same state where he had been banded.


  8. They had a lot of time to practice and have perfected their moves.


  9. Such beautiful friends you’ve made!


  10. Perfect 👏🤗

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  11. Cue music … “love is in the air …. “

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