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|Melro-azul, Blue rock-thrush,|
Hello TN Friends!
Today I present the Blue rock-thrush.
Inhabitant of isolated rocky areas,a very territorial species, can also be observed in old houses in ruins near country villages. Last year I met the female. This time I met the adult male.
Have a good weekend and thanks for viewing.
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Hope you are doing fine, glad to meet you after a long time. You know you are one hell of an accomplished photographer, I live so far away otherwise I would have given you a gold medal.....smile.....this is a superb shot of this lovely Blue Rock Thrush and you know all those shots which I have taken of this lovely bird, I am deleting them right now.....wink. Thanks a lot for sharing,take care,
- [2016-05-07 15:41]
Hi Jose,fantastic close up of this rock-thrush! What a brightness on the plumage and what a amazing sharpness,the class isn't water,you're great!!! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
Great close-up shot of this Blue rock-thrush, superb lateral POV at its level,
superb focus, sharpness, and details, beautiful light and catch-light, TFS
Excellent photograph of this Rock Thrush. Nice details and color. BG is as usual splendid.
Thanks for showing,
Regards and have a nice Sunday,
- [2016-05-15 9:13]
Excellent portrait. Gorgeous colours and sharpness details.