Yellow Tailed Cockatoo
|Copyright: Klaudio Branko Dadich (daddo)
|Date Taken: 2018-06-05|
|Exposure: f/0.6, 1/512 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2018-06-23 3:24|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|With the arrival of Caucasians to this continent the fauna and flora began to disappear soon enough. The newcomers destroyed habitats and having brought their cats and foxes, together they caused the extinction of many species. Many species currently are extremely rare and on the brink of extinction. The Christian ethos of dominion over this earth and disrespect towards all forms of life is in full swing. The ones who try to save forests and the creatures living in them are called derogatorily Greenies and Commies. |
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Ciao Klaudio, nice scene of love, great capture of lovely couple, wonderful natural colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2018-06-23 6:43]
Mervielleux oiseaux sur la branche quelle vue eet iamge quelle comp on dirait qu'il se fond des becs ces oiseaux superbe captage et ocmpo.
Que c'est beau l'amour.On dirait vraiment qu'ils s'embrassent ou encore qu'ils se font une petite toilette. La contre plongée est belle et utilise bien les branches comme arrière plan.
Beautiful birds in a very photogenic pose. In combination with a sad but true note this is a powerful post.
Hope you're doing well.
- [2018-06-23 16:02]
Ciao Klaudio,welcome back with this perfect pic for treknature too,an excellent capture of this pair of cockatoo ,great exposure of difficult backlight and fine details too. Interesting note too about the disaster made in this place during its history. Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- [2018-06-24 0:17]
Hello Klaudio, How nice to see you again. I have thought about you recently and wondered how you are. Yesterday we were neighbors on TE and in April I was not so far from you in reality. From Milford Sound to Melbourn is quite near :). An interesting note and I agree with your every word. One can observe what damage the stupid humans can be done especially well in Australia and New Zealand. So many rare species are gone. Cats and foxes, in New Zealand there are millions of possums. But not only animals, the same was with the plants.
Wonderful view of these two cockatoos.
Have a nice Sunday