House Sparrow 2
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|A House Sparrow, Passer domesticus, once again, taken the same day as House Sparrow 1, on one of my walks with my girlfriend.|
Read about the location and walk.
This sparrow occurs naturally in Europe and most of Asia, and has also been accidently introduced to the Americas, sub-Saharan Africa and Australia.
In the United States it is known as the English Sparrow, to distinguish from the native American sparrow.
House Sparrows grow to around 12cm to 14cm long.
Referenced from Wikipedia.org
A small amount of cropping from the top and left hand side, slight sharpen and a little contrast in Photoshop. Filtered through Noiseware for noise.
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a good picture with great details