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|A wonderful group of birds are from the Psittaciformes order. Among them, Psittacus erithacus erithacus are well known for their intelligence. |
I think this is somehow reflected in their penetrating and smart look.
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- [2007-02-10 19:49]
you wonder what they think...when they look this way...
your emphasis on the eye had made this shot very compelling...and
African Grey Parrot
i did what you wanted me to...:)
Muy buenas Marta
Bienvenida a la web, ya verás como aprendes un montón, un gran retrato de esta especie de loro el que conseguiste. Como te entre el vicio te veo comprando equipo reflex y objetivos macros para darle a las mariposas y flores.....
Oh I really like this photo ! It is a little soft in focus, but the composition and the way you've managed to isolate the area of the head around the eye is superb !
These are intelligent birds, one of the most intelligent creatures after humans (and listing humans first in the intelligence lineup is questionable, to my way of thinking) Every animal is intelligent in its own way, and we are finally beginning to learn that it can't be rated using human criteria.
Anyway, this is a very thought provoking imaging, well done !
Yes Martha, I saw these birds opening some complicated boxes in 'Animal Planet'. Good cature. It's pity that it's beak is not fully visible.