Image copyright: Jamie Macarthur- Africa
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Thanks Patti - glad you enjoyed it.Thanks Monica - I was a bit surprised to see them together too!Thanks gnt.
very unusual but there they are and there must be a lot of food there for both....when I was shotting birds with my camera I would sit most of a whole day watching the one on the left with all that color was fun to watch.... there is no telling how many slides I have of him LOL great pic robryan
Wow! Someone once told me that birds from two different species don't like to hang together! So, why are these two hanging with each other I wonder! They certainly are very beautiful, especially the one on the left, very colorful! Love his colors, orange goes really well with purple. Thanks Rob!
Wow! This is one gorgeous photo! Thank you, Robryan!
He's pretty neat - I agree!! Thanks Meadowhawk.
I love that Pied Kingfisher; never seen anything like that one. Very striking!
I'd go the Pied - he's bigger!! Thanks pg.
Two very lovely Kingfishers looking for the same dinner. Who will win?
Thanks chickie :))Thanks Shirley.Thanks twoclubs - I love the beaks too - but I guess the snakes & lizards don't!
Colorful one on the left. Love the long beaks. Thanks robyan.
Two beautiful birds, Thanks, Rob.
Their are beautiful! Thanks robryan.
Good question fileusa!!! I guess he - the photographer - was in the right place at the right time!! It was taken in Africa. Thanks.
How does one get two of these beautiful birds in one shot?
Thanks naner.Thanks lyndee.Thanks buckeye.
Wonderfully pretty birds - thanks Rob!
I love the kingfisher. He really stands out!