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© Melissa Hearle
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UploadedApril 15, 2008
TakenFebruary 29, 2008
Exposure1/30 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length75 mm
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4 responses

  • serge rolland

    serge rolland said (15 Apr 2008):

    Birds are meant to be flying free in the sky, not trapped in a cage.

  • Melissa Hearle

    Melissa Hearle said (15 Apr 2008):

    Serge, these actually are my friend's birds, and she lets them out all the time. They sparrow even sits on her keyboard while she's trying to use the computer. It loves her so much! They just like perching in the cages she has about the house. The doors are generally left open for them, hehe.

  • Melissa Hearle

    Melissa Hearle said (15 Apr 2008):

    Also, the parakeet is cripple (think he was born that way) and he cannot move much. He would die in the wild. The sparrow was also a rescued bird ... not sure about the dark canary, but generally her pets are ones that she rescued and are not able to be released into the wild again. She has been able to release some, though. Thanks for looking!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (15 Apr 2008):

    Great pictures...and story.

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