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Parrot Among Blossoms
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Another view from inside a flowering tree in full bloom.  This one is a Sargeant crabapple in my front yard; the bird is my daughter's yellow-naped amazon parrot, name of Rum-Dum.  She enjoys visiting this tree, and because it is short and bushy, it is easy for me to catch her when it is time to go back inside.

5 shots with Samyang 7.5mm at f/11 on NEX-5N at ISO 200, using Sony's in-camera HDR mode (3 exposures spaced 1.5 EV).  Camera on a pole, of course.

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