Another bird photo

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Scott W, Sep 7, 2007.

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    Scott W Guest

    Scott W, Sep 7, 2007
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    Paul Furman Guest

    Paul Furman, Sep 7, 2007
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    uw wayne Guest

    Scott, don't know what kind of bird it is but I do know what I like to
    view. And I do like this view. Nice shot, I really like the bird's
    colors. Thanks for sharing. Where was it taken?
     
    uw wayne, Sep 7, 2007
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    D_Mac Guest

    D_Mac, Sep 7, 2007
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  6. I think that it is either a Turbin or a Robkey, I understand that it is
    impossible to catch them on film and they can only be caught with a
    digital camera.

    George
     
    George Anderson, Sep 7, 2007
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    uw wayne Guest

    In his defense, It is quite a rare photo, even though the colors were
    amplified. Rare because of the sheer body mass forward of the bird's
    tiny feet, a challenge to support such weight. The bird is called a
    Turkbin, Genus: Meleagris Turdus Migratorius, generally of the terrian
    "Mesoamerica" but since he will not offer where it was shot, must
    assume a rocky/virtual locale. Bird was 1st discovered by
    Tezcatlipoca and viewed via Nahuatl. It was a highly prized image of
    the Aztec religion. Photographer must be praised for such a rare
    glimpse and capture, even he must be surprised by his discovery. Since
    the author choses to maintain anonymous data specifics, I can only
    provide a hint as to its exact location and image information:
    Tezcatlipoca = Trickster god, Nahuatl = smoke & mirrors.
     
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