Hungry Rook Bird

Here is a photo of a rook bird. The photo was shot from the inside when I saw the rook bird on the garage roof. Rooks always appeared mysterious to me. We have quite a lot of them in and around our city. Some people say they’re creepy. But I find them very interesting, especially when hundreds or thousands of them fly in formation during bad weather. I don’t know why, but somehow they’re attracted to stormy weather. This is maybe also one of the reasons why people find them creepy. If it gets dark and stormy outside, and you … Continue reading Hungry Rook Bird

Lady Amherst’s Pheasant

I am already at it, here is another bird photo. The bird in the picture is a Lady Amherst’s pheasant (Chrysolophus amherstiae). I found this bird in a larger outdoor birdcage as well during my time in Reinfeld. I shot the photo through the mesh of the cage but this is possible with DSLR lenses, especially with long lenses. On that way I got a nice close-up portrait of this bird but I also cropped the image a bit. Continue reading Lady Amherst’s Pheasant

Diamond Firetail Finches

The two cute birds in the picture above tested my Google skills today. I saw them in a pretty large birdcage in a forest during my time in Reinfeld. In the same cage there were Australian zebra finches according to a sign near the cage. But the birds in the photo of this posts looked different and there was no sign for them, and that made me wonder. But I forgot about that because I didn’t upload the image back then. Anyway, the question came up again today when I started to edit the image. I still have a photo … Continue reading Diamond Firetail Finches

Cardboard Boxes Are Great

It’s certain, cats love cardboard boxes and Shyna isn’t different. That’s why it’s not her first photo with a cardboard box on my blog. When I get a delivery, I always let my cat play a bit with the cardboard box for some days. I think cats like it that we live in a time of online shopping because that’s why there is never a shortage of cardboard boxes. Continue reading Cardboard Boxes Are Great