Monday, September 07, 2009

Two Yellow Birds


Something fun for Mellow Yellow Monday this week. I saw this yellow birds on the way back home sometime ago, they are quite big, I seldom see this kind of birds flying around my area. I though they were injured, because I came very close to them, I was very very near to them already, I took out my cell phone to take this photo, I took quite a number of photos of them, then only they fly away. Still not sure what they were doing at that time, they enjoyed so much in their own world… Anyway, two lovely yellow birds, run into my camera one day, life have some fun…

14 comments:

~Just me again~ said...

Very good catch! I probably would have missed that, they seem to blend in well.

Jeeves said...

Lovely snap

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

It's really a wonder how these beautiful birdies let you so close!

Marriage and Swine Flu ;-)

Anne said...

I love birds, the only one i love ever. Like this one i want to touch hahaha... very nice color. My MYM here.

life's journey said...

Oh they are sweet hehehe...Nice entry. Mine is up.

~Visions~ said...

I really like the colours in this photo. There's a softness that is quite appealing. Very nice capture!

Pagan Sphinx said...

How fascinating! I wonder if they play dead to protect themselves? Nice photo for MWM!

Drowsey Monkey said...

A very artistic photo, great capture

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Birds with yellow backs,
come, visit me every day,
fill my heart with joy.

My Mellow Yellow

Jama said...

They are suntanning! lol
I've seen birds at the Jurong bird park did this...

♥RocĂ­o♥ said...

Awesome shot there you capture!
Thanks for sharing your beautiful picture!
Have a Lovely♥Day!
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Arija said...

They look like they are sun bathing which is natural behaviour for some birds. Very nice capture.

Larry Jordan said...

Very interesting. I have never seen this particular behavior before.

Ann said...

Was it an oriole bird. used to see a lot of them in NTU.

Thanks for visiting.I went in July to see these tigers again.