Taking a picture of nature 1: bird 1

自然を撮る 1: 鳥 1



< 1. Its eye looks amorous >

< 1.色気がありますね! >


An acquaintance offered some photos.

I introduce the photos of splendid birds from now in several times.

The photos seem to have been taken in South Nagano Prefecture and Awaji Island.







< 2. Oh! Snow! It seems to stand cold with its shoulders slumped >

< 2. 雪! 肩をすぼめて寒そう >



< 3. I want to fly breezily with a cool breeze in sunlight >

< 3. 陽光と涼風を受けて颯爽と飛びたい >



< 4. Did you descry something delicious? >

< 4. 何か美味しいものをみつけたかな >


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