|Copyright: Fabio Dalboni (dalboni)
|Date Taken: 2005-05-27|
|Camera: Canon 20D, EF 75-300mm IS USM, 58mm UV|
|Exposure: f/5.6, 1/400 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-06-06 9:10|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Macaws are members of the parrot family and have the typical parrot features. They have large, strong, curved beaks designed to crush nuts and seeds. Strong, agile toes are used like hands to grasp things. Loud, screeching and squawking voices help make their presence known in dense rain forests. Macaws are built to fly through the trees in the forest, with a streamlined body and tail shape and wings that don’t flap deeply. They are also famous for their bright colors, which seem bold and conspicuous to us but actually blend in well with the green leaves, red and yellow fruits, and bluish shadows in the rain forest.|
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- Rangel (14)
- [2005-06-06 10:54]
Excellent.Sharp details in wood and briant colors. Guess who why this kinds of parrots are almost always with the head turned.
- [2005-06-10 3:31]
Bel oiseau bien mis en valeur dans cette composition photographique. Très jolies couleurs, bon point de vue et bonne netteté.
Wonderful bird in an interesting & well done shot !