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This mute swan spent time on home improvement while I watched it.  This consisted of reaching out with its elongated neck, picking up pieces of reeds and other muck at the base of the nest, and depositing them at the top.  Look closely and you'll see swan's down, which I assume the swans pluck from their own feathers and use to line their nests.  I don't believe the eggs are due to hatch for several weeks yet.  DP115-2015  Posted Saturday, April 25.  Taken April 24 at the Wildwing Lake, Kensington Metro Park, Michigan  Title:  Homemaker - Swan on its Nest
Christening of my granddaughter
California poppy...  Thank you for your views and comments Critiques welcome...  April 25, 2015
April 25.  Flowers always add color and beauty to a room.
April 8, 2013    According to Wikipedia, the Chevrolet Corvette has been produced in six generations. The first model, a convertible, was designed by Harley Earl and introduced at the GM Motorama at a New York Auto show in 1953 as a concept show car. Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after the type of small, maneuverable warship called a corvette.    This is a wonderful 1957 Corvette seen at one of the many car shows we go to, and from the Lgood Archives.    "When your hobbies get in the way of your work - that's OK; but when your hobbies get in the way of themselves... well." ~ Steve Martin     The problem is - my work is getting in the way of my hobbies, but at least it funds those hobbies.  :-)    Have a fun day friends,  Linda
Day 114: White Hyacinth - April 24. One of the few spring bulbs that are blooming around the neighborhood sidewalk gardens. By next week should be seeing tulips and others, hopefully.
If it looks like winter, and it feels like winter, it IS winter.  Duh!  (My version of the 'Duck' test:  If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck . . .  You know the rest.)    DP319-2014  Posted November 15; processed ditto  Yesterday was cold, windy, and spitting snow.  It has been cold enough for long enough that ice is now forming on ponds and along calm stretches of the river.  The last leaf falls, from alders and sweet gum trees in this case, got trapped in the pebbly ice at the edge of Furstenburg Lagoon, and made a nice subject for the transition from fall into winter.    Taken November 14 at Gallup Park, Ann Arbor    Title:  Passing the 'Duh!' Test    Big thanks to all who left kind comments to my post for yesterday of the red 'planet'.  They warmed my heart.
24.04.15 - Joy  Mr Willis loves the sunshine, April has been very warm and dry in the UK
04-25-2015 A classic now
04-25-2015 "Rain, Rain Go Away"  I know in a few months we will be wishing for rain.  However, right now, we've had more than enough.  Rivers are at flood stage and the ground is soaked.  I guess a photo of raindrops makes it worth while for now.  Your comments and critiques are always welcome and very much appreciated. Donna
4-24-15
AE'O reflection at sunset, Maui 4 24 2015
April 26... Blif, still a puppy, loves to pick up all kind of wreckage and carry it home. This time I think he overrated his abilities
Common Goldeneyes - taken near Olympia, Wa.
This mute swan spent time on home improvement while I watched it. This consisted of reaching out with its elongated neck, picking up pieces of reeds and other muck at the base of the nest, and depositing them at the top. Look closely and you'll see swan's down, which I assume the swans pluck from their own feathers and use to line their nests. I don't believe the eggs are due to hatch for several weeks yet.

DP115-2015 Posted Saturday, April 25.

Taken April 24 at the Wildwing Lake, Kensington Metro Park, Michigan

Title: Homemaker - Swan on its Nest

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This mute swan spent time on home improvement while I watched it.  This consisted of reaching out with its elongated neck, picking up pieces of reeds and other muck at the base of the nest, and depositing them at the top.  Look closely and you'll see swan's down, which I assume the swans pluck from their own feathers and use to line their nests.  I don't believe the eggs are due to hatch for several weeks yet.  DP115-2015  Posted Saturday, April 25.  Taken April 24 at the Wildwing Lake, Kensington Metro Park, Michigan  Title:  Homemaker - Swan on its Nest
This mute swan spent time on home improvement while I watched it. This consisted of reaching out with its elongated neck, picking up pieces of reeds and other muck at the base of the nest, and depositing them at the top. Look closely and you'll see swan's down, which I assume the swans pluck from their own feathers and use to line their nests. I don't believe the eggs are due to hatch for several weeks yet.

DP115-2015 Posted Saturday, April 25.

Taken April 24 at the Wildwing Lake, Kensington Metro Park, Michigan

Title: Homemaker - Swan on its Nest

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