Ara Chloroptera

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Again, from the same zoo trip, a different view of the same to birds. C/C Welcome and thanks for looking

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    I love #3! The second is nice as well. Would be nice to see the eye sharp in the first.
     
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    The first shot is very soft, but the second shot is very good, nice colors in the third one but it would have been a much better photo if the bird would have turned his head toward the camera
     
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    I wish I had been able to be more focused on the first view as well. But thought it would make a cool picture. Just need to be more in focused next time.
     
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    I like the different views of these colorful birds. They are quite the entertainers. Nice job. Thanks for sharing. :thumbup:
     
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    These are my favorites birds to photograph at the zoo. Wish I could photograph them in the wild. Great job under the circumstances.
     

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