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I'M GUESSING THE PHOTOGRAPHER PUT THE BLACK SURROUNDS TO MAKE IT EXTRA SPECIAL kittenlove.
WHOA !!! Just tremendous.
THANKS Angelbender I WILL DO. I AGREE WITH YOU ABOUT COCKATOOS JUST BEING TREE DWELLERS...LIVE AND LEARN HEH!
https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&tbo=d&tbs=simg:CAESWQkNfm5r1WYMfhpFCxCwjKcIGjwKOggBEhTvA54E3QX-A5oB3wWfBMoCxAOiARog2lfQNnsGGSXkU4SntvyK0vqptHY49ZRpwxfsTp-VSRIMIUoWGgfq5wDF&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=CRQLUbHKO-SYygHBtIGQBA&ved=0CD4Qsw4&biw=1141&bih=723&q=sheila%20smart%20photosKARLS, check out the second row of images at that link. Sheila Smart is one terrific photographer and graphic artist. I didn't remember ever reading that cockatoos were anything but tree dwellers.
WISH I COULD TAKE AMAZING SHOTS LIKE THIS fileusa.
Amazing shot. Thanks.
THE PHOTO SAID HE WAS RISING Angelbender.THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT WHEN I SAW IT buckeye.GLAD I FOUND IT FOR YOU Lindylee.
Magnificent shot! Thanks for the pleasure of putting this one together :-)
I would have to wait forever. Just to get that light would take days and days. Then you have to hope the bird decides to show up! Is he taking off or landing? So many questions.
THANKYOU Angelbender AND chickiemama...HOW LONG WOULD YOU HAVE TO WAIT TO GET A PHOTO LIKE THIS I WONDER.
Breathtaking! Thanks for sharing.