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Friday, 20 December 2013
Quite often, those birds that we see quite frequently are taken for granted. I admit to that myself. I rarely point the camera at the Starlings or the Crows for example. But all birds have their own beauty. Such as this Moorhen. Close up, you get to see that it really has a lovely plumage, where from a distance it just looks black as it hot foots it away from you.
Posted by Adam Jones at 22:18:00
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They are beautiful birds in their own right ... I always thought that the red on their face looks like someone took their thumb on their beak and pushed the red up into their face ... like finger painting :) I know, that's weird, but, we must have fun in life, right? Have a Happy Holiday ...ReplyDelete
Andrea @ From the Sol
They're very pretty birds.ReplyDelete
Magnificent shots of a pretty 'critter' ~ thanks, carol ^_^ReplyDelete
I only ever think about the red above there beak and not the colour of their feathers. Thank-you for enlightening me.ReplyDelete
Beautiful feathers and the red beaks are real eye catchers. I have never seen one of this species.ReplyDelete
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For me, it's grackles...we here in Texas see so many no matter where we go...it's all too common. Yet as you say, each bird has it's own beauty and fascinating features.ReplyDelete
Your photos are great Andrew.
Beautiful bird, in my area they are not so common and became less during the last years.ReplyDelete
Beautiful bird. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
What a pretty bird.ReplyDelete
Great post and photos of the Moorhen! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
I agree that it is so nice to find beauty in the commonplace. That red upper part of their legs is striking, too. Best wishes!ReplyDelete
This is Great post and photos of the Moorhen! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
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