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Canon EOS 5DMkIIAv modeShutter: 1/160Aperture: f4.0Focal Length: 176mm (70-200mmf4)ISO Speed: 400
blue, white, green, feathers, peacock
The colors are so vivid.
You should of see him with his tail thing flared out!
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It is so fascinating to see the white Indian Blue Peafowl. We saw one in Kipahulu only a couple of days ago, but the Peahen was solid white. This is the first I have seen of the beautiful white displaying the blue colours as well. It is amazing! Perhaps this is the Pied Mutation?
Indian Blue Peafowl
holy moly, you know your birds sharon! ;-) i just saw him or her, with the tail out but i was not close enough and as i went to get closer he/she jumped up on a rock and closed the tail, i was gutted that i missed the tail out but still happy with this one…..thanks for the fav! paul
This is a beautiful Peacock. I have seen the normal colouring and have been fortunate enough to see the white (albino?) peacocks, but never a pied peacock.Where did you see him?
He was at Featherdale Wildlife Park. I’m still dirty that I missed him with his feathers out so I’ll be heading back there one day! ;-)
Great capture, I’ve never seen one like this before.
you should’ve seen him with his tail out, that was awesome!
was this one at featherdale wildlife park, i have shots of one from there not on rb..you have framed him wonderfully :)) k
yep featherdale, was there again last friday but did not see this one, only Peacock 1 and 2. this guy had his tail feathers out so i bolted over but he jumped up on the rock just as i got near enough! i was devastated…thanks heaps kristina….paul
Wow, what a gorgeous bird,(if I dare call this stunning image a bird…lol) super image.
thanks heaps lyn, i was shocked myself as it was a first time to see a white one, the photo doesn’t do him justice…paul
An excellent shot – love the detail and the bokeh.
thanks so much! :-)