Flying Rainbows~

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Talk about PDA!
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These guys perfect it.
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It’s enough to make your head spin!
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Rainbow Lorikeets are affectionate, comical and congenial birds, as sweet as they are pretty.
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Of course this grumpy guy might disagree, it’s no fun waiting for your feathers to grow, you can hardly fly and the big birds are having all the fun!
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There is always some minor bickering among birds, come to think of it, among people too, but that’s another story….
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What personalities these guys have. They hammed it up on my hand for my camera! They know how handsome they are……
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Some day I’d be over the rainbow to have a rainbow of my own.
Cheers to you from the free flying Lorikeets at Lorikeet Landing~

266 thoughts on “Flying Rainbows~

    • Hallo Ernst . Sie sind fur Menschen gewohrt, aber nicht wirklich zahm. Sie sind nicht wie Ziervogel , weil sie leben in einem riesigen begehbaren Voliere und werden fur die Herde nicht Personen gebunden .

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  1. Can you imagine certain species of dinosaurs walking prehistoric earth looking this vibrant? I still like that Robert Bakker hypothesis. I’d really like to see that.

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  2. Cindy, all your photographs are fantastic… On every post. You were kind enough to tell me you use the Sony HX 400. I am debating between that and a Fuji bridge camera. Does the Sony make good prints as large as, say, 11×14? Do you exhibit or sell your photos? With admiration for your talent, Ellen

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    • Yes, the sony makes fabulous large prints. I just made 42 different ones for a presentation. They had to be custom cropped, so you can’t send them to a machine to be done, but the results are really worth it and no I don’t sell or exhibit. Thank you so much for the thoughtful words, the admiration is reciprocated exponentially! You are most gifted! Cheers to you & thank you & I am interested to hear what you decide~

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      • Well, Cindy, first of all, thanks so much for the feedback on the Sony. Can’t afford custom cropping and also am pretty daunted by the menus on the Sony I saw online. You obviously know a LOT more than I do to even use the camera. Will check more reviews but probably will go with the Fuji HS50. It is cheaper, too. Thanks so much for what you said about my photographs. I barely know what I am doing. But you could exhibit if you wanted to, for sure, or sell your photos to magazines or on the market. I will let you know what I did and the results. Your work is breathtaking– those close-ups especially. Namaste, Ellen

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      • Well I am excited for you about the Fuji! A new camera is a reason for celebration and it sounds like you have done a thorough job of researching cameras online which is always so smart to do! I love your photos and am looking forward to seeing, and hearing about your results with your new camera. With reciprocal respect and admiration, namaste~ ❤

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