Swan Love

Like any good mother, momma swan kept her babies sheltered from Monday afternoon’s rain storm, but when the sun came out the cygnets roused awake from the shelter of  her wings and were anxious to get moving again. The swan and cygnets soon left the nest and swimming and feeding near the public boat ramp at Bay Front Park. 

Hamilton, Ontario, May 16,2016 Like any good mother, momma swan kept her babies sheltered from Monday afternoon's rain storm, but when the sun came out the cygnets roused awake from the shelter of  her wings and were anxious to get moving again. The swan and cygnets soon left the nest and swimming and feeding near the public boat ramp at Bay Front Park. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator /standup

Hamilton, Ontario, May 16,2016 Like any good mother, momma swan kept her babies sheltered from Monday afternoon's rain storm, but when the sun came out the cygnets roused awake from the shelter of  her wings and were anxious to get moving again. The swan and cygnets soon left the nest and swimming and feeding near the public boat ramp at Bay Front Park. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator /standup

Hamilton, Ontario, May 16,2016 Like any good mother, momma swan kept her babies sheltered from Monday afternoon's rain storm, but when the sun came out the cygnets roused awake from the shelter of  her wings and were anxious to get moving again. The swan and cygnets soon left the nest and swimming and feeding near the public boat ramp at Bay Front Park. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator /standup

Hamilton, Ontario, May 16,2016 Like any good mother, momma swan kept her babies sheltered from Monday afternoon's rain storm, but when the sun came out the cygnets roused awake from the shelter of  her wings and were anxious to get moving again. The swan and cygnets soon left the nest and swimming and feeding near the public boat ramp at Bay Front Park. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator /standup

Motherlove swimCathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

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