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    Today I was privilleged to have 2 peacocks show off their feathers to me. One was in the open and would only give me a side on view. This one was behind wire mesh and was quite happy to give me a full frontal.Unfortunately I couldnt fit him all in so his missing his legs. He's still pretty spectacular even though he is legless
    I have also noticed that in the few photos I managed to get of him his neck & breast feathers look green not blue, I dont know if this was because of the light shining through the roof or whether this was his natural colour.The peacock that I took a photo of outside certainly had a blue neck
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    1. n3ttl3s 82 months ago | reply

      and all the eyes are on you.. well done... beautifully captured..

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    2. shebreathes.com 82 months ago | reply

      Amazing, love the colours and how they spread. Nature is so powerful. Thank you for sharing.

    3. Sim.B 82 months ago | reply

      What a fantastic shot

    4. xamad 81 months ago | reply

      simply gorgeous!!

    5. NamdurApi 81 months ago | reply

      Stunning !

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    6. berva_1 81 months ago | reply

      tenho uma dessa tbm mto legal este clck

    7. firstsheaf 80 months ago | reply

      Amazing, looks like a painting.

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    9. Frankyboy5 77 months ago | reply

      The different colours of the Peacocks are because the two are different species. You photographed the endangered Green Peafowl here, which can be found in Southeast Asia. The other bird you mentioned is the common Indian Peafowl, which has a blue neck.

      I'm not sure if this is purely a Green Peafowl though, it could be a hybrid.

    10. muzi1508 75 months ago | reply

      Your photo is so awesome! I love so much the way you see everything . Thanks so much for your photos

    11. TR Ramesh 75 months ago | reply

      Saw it in large size....outstanding....

    12. Sarai Family 70 months ago | reply

      thats beautiful...absolutely gorgeous!!

    13. DaveSommerPhotos 69 months ago | reply

      Absolutely awesome photo!

    14. Eddi van W. 65 months ago | reply

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    15. Gilbert Rondilla 64 months ago | reply

      this is the most beautiful picture of a peacock that i have ever seen :D

    16. sven_winter 53 months ago | reply

      Would like to live where you do^^ *jealous*

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    18. The_Pusher 40 months ago | reply

      That's marvelous !

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