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December 06, 2009


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A lovely shot!

BTW: You should know your Mr.Linky link isn't coming here. I had tried earlier and just found you from a comment on Ralph's.

Great shot, Sam! And they do indeed look cocky!!!

Have a great weekend!


The cockatoos make a racket don't they? We have them trying to eat the nuts on our almond tree at the moment. They are so destructive.

The sky is a faint blue. The concrete fountain and shadowy underside a bit dark. So, the cockatoo is beyond bright, actually brilliant in the ultra-white plumage. The pose is regal, sitting proudly at the top of the world. A bird for all to admire - his beauty ought to overshadow his 'voice'...

Haha! While reading that first line of your post I was thinking that the cockatoos in Sydney must sound very different to the ones here Sam! I do love those crazy critters. Even with their annoying voices. They're such show-offs! Especially the one you captured there! I love that photo!

I deleted the goofy link you left in Mr Linky earlier. Weird how it bounced back to a post of mine. Those bloggy gremlins hard at work again I suspect ;)

Nice to hear that the weather has cooled down for you. It has been a little milder here this week also but today is a bit too hot for my liking. My freezer is stocked full of icecream though, so that makes me happy :)

wow! that is such an amazing shot Sam!! I hope you are having a nice weekend!

wow Sam, you were definitely at the right place at the right time...or is it the other way around? anywhooo, great shot! Great weekend~

A bad bird cry really can be the worst thing. Especially first thing in the morning. Oh well, other lovely birds usually make up for it.

Such handsome birds have every right to be loud and proud - great shot!

I love your shot of Cocky! Beautiful birds aren't they? So exotic looking to me.

beautifully composed shot...

I'm glad I can enjoy the photo without the screech LOL

...kind of like a blue jay here in the's deemed a song bird...but it just screeches!!! great photo...happy sss.

Hey there. How are you today? I hope you've been enjoying the weekend. Take care. Have a great week ahead. Cheers!

Omgosh... another reason why I absolutely must visit you one day!!♥ Such a handsome bird and your description is adorable.

Beautiful shadow shot dear Sam. Wishes for a fantastic new week!

nice shot, Sam! I really should join in the Shadow Shot Sunday some day. It looks like fun!

Omigoodness..hehehe. We don't such a bird here. They are quite beautiful and do have that cocky look..hehe. What a great shot. I must go there someday, I must. Soo different from here.
Hope your weekend was awesome!
Take Care..


I had to do a double take! These creatures have to be bought here at a pet store and do not roam freely as yours do! I forget that this is a creature from the wild as all my life I've only known it to be someone's pet...

What a great photo! I've yet to visit your hemisphere but I tend to love the spirited (although loud) birds (bluejays, seagulls) so I'm sure I'd love your cute cockatoo!

such a great picture, sam!
wishing you a great week, xx.

amazing shot! it looks like the bird is part of the fountain.

How funny! Pretty animals with obnoxious voices are sort of endearing, I think. I don't have to hear cockatoos all the time, though; I suppose I might feel differently then! :)

Thank you for the sweet comment on my blog!

WOW such a gorgeous shot!! I really adore it. :) I adore that painting on your girls cute and such a generous sales! Perfect timing for give giving! Have a lovely merry happy week and love to yoU!

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