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Still amazes me how these birds are wild there. Okay, I know how stupid that sounds. But there just isn't anything exotic here unless it's in a cage.
my husband sounds like you Betty Jo, he is from Ohio and everytime he sees one he goes mmm $18oo USHe is just joking of course.Lavender - i think the actual tree in that shot is just awesome and makes me want to paint it. I love gnarly gums
It's true, you don't get such views in Northern Europe either. Although in some cities there are now already wild populations of exotic birds that escaped from pet shops or zoos, as you can see Rose-ringed Parakeets raising their chicks in some city parks in Cologne. Aliens! :-)Great shot by the way Lavender, amazing scenery on your boats tour...
BetteJo I know exactly what you mean! I still cant get over it myself, and Ive been here nearly a decade! Sometimes you see HUGE FLOCKS of them, and its just too hard to believe LOLMelanie Ah Melanie! I probably sound just like your hubby too, as Im from a state that neighbors Ohio LOLIt was a particularly great tree with that enormous hollow arm reaching out over the water - probally what a Cockie thinks is Million Dollar Real Estate LOLAreeiro That is truly incredible - they seem such tropical birds its hard to imagine they manage the cold....but the truth is often stranger than fiction!And there are some species of parrot that very much like alpine habitat....so...I guess you never know untill you try - parrots or people! LOL
hmmpf! where is my interesting comment? that blogger...:)
KJ Tis the thought that counts? (I raelly hate it when stuff like that happens, grrrrr!!)
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