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|This is the first exotic bird (not available at my native place) I saw in this country. Even though I sampled it before, I could not get close that time. This is even available in the occidental world, though, I could not find any then & there.|
Spring offered a good opportunity. Most of the birds were busy rearing their young & hence stayed mostly near the ground - The chics were able to fly but rather won't unless someone closes in. I took the opportunity to harness this fact by getting near but not threateningly close!
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- [2012-06-29 6:41]
Beautiful photo of this Eurasian Jay. It's the subspecies Garrulus glandarius sinensis.
Good sharpness, details and nice natural colours.
Have a good weekend,
the sharpness is little soft, even then it is a good picture. good composition and colour.
- [2012-06-29 8:54]
A very nice capture between the trees,the sharpness isn't the best on the head but very good on the body and plumage,excellent colors too despite the difficult position and light.Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
Eccellente cattura di questo uccello arcobaleno proprio un nome indicato stupendi colori de un’ottima nitidezza belli i particolari ed un’eccellente composizione molto bella.
this is a beautiful bird. where you had been for so long, by the way? any trip? a beautiful bird in beautiful surroundings. the whole photograph looks like an image from a child's poetry book. nice.
have a lovely weekend.
Great capture of this very beautiful bird. Great sharpness and detail. Bill