|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Most parrots form strong, lifelong bonds in the wild. They spend almost every minute of their life together, unless the female is sitting on eggs. They groom each other, choose a nest together, protect the territory together, and raise and nurture their young together.|
Bonded pairs of parrots in the wild have little need for other parrots in their immediate territory. They may socialize with other parrots and share communal roost trees, but, most of their day and night is spent side by side, often shoulder to shoulder with their mate. Their bond is innate and is one of the
greatest influences on their behavioral repertoire.
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Super shot, the parrots have been captured beautifully with good focus on the eye. The whole composition works very well, with the flowering branch framing the top corner and the stone arch of the bridge framing the birds. Colour contrasts are very nice. Well captured.
Lovely image of love image
great colours and details and also lovely eye expression well done TSILLA NAHARI
Humans can learn a lot about relationships from most animals. Awesome capture of this tender moment with good lighting and nice details. Wonderful colors. Well done, tfs.
This has to be one of my all time favorite shots on this site. The subject matter is great, the colors are superb and the clarity is outstanding. Just a really good shot!
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The 2 green parrots in an apparent warm embrace are well positioned in a prominent part of the frame. Good sharpness, colour and saturation. Excellent graphism against the black bg. Tfs!
Ciao Tsiila, lovely couple in nice pose, fantastic colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio