Two Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata) try and hide from me amongst the foliage. The male finch is the one at the bottom of the image and has more plumage colour and markings than the female. EXIF: Canon EOS 30D : 1/400 sec : f 7.1 : 400 mm : ISO 400
For some reason this one makes it look cold there - and I am thinking that is not the case at all.
ROB on 2nd December 2006 @ 7:46am
They look so fat!
Robert on 2nd December 2006 @ 10:42am
Though I hate to use the word - they are darn cute :)
AC on 2nd December 2006 @ 12:53pm
Ayiiii, cute! I never saw them in "free nature" actually. These birds are very popular here in Europe to have in cages... sad eh! I do not really understand how anyone would want to keep a bird in a cage anyway!!
Heidi on 2nd December 2006 @ 9:19pm
Wonderful work, David K. I do find the out of focus foreground leaves distracting but, hey, there was nothing you could do about that. You definately made the best of what you had. :)
Beau Mitchell on 2nd December 2006 @ 10:52pm
Fantastic! I love Finches.
Dave Mac on 3rd December 2006 @ 2:12am
Good, good, good, good. There are many excellent photographers in the world and a great point of view.
F R A G M E N T S on 4th December 2006 @ 5:16am
Oh wow, they are so cute in a grumpy sort of way :) Beautiful capture.
Alicia on 6th December 2006 @ 5:32am
I have 6 finches...their names are joghole,pokole,bezghele,ozma,pokole,dom parchami kopoli
reza on 12th March 2009 @ 5:13pm