新たな旅立ち new departures

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48 thoughts on “新たな旅立ち new departures

    • Thank you, Mihaela!
      I appreciate your visit and encouraging comments. I am glad you also liked this beautiful female pheasant. She is quite the head turner 🙂 Wishing you a lovely week ahead.

  1. Hello Takami.

    How lovely post! I do find it amazing! I love the perspective which you used and that’s why I feel like walking after it! Thank you.

    Have a wonderful day!

    • Thank you Judy 🙂
      I have featured male Green pheasants a few times, and thought it was about time to show the ladies too 🙂

      Pheasants are quite shy, but she seemed to enjoy a quiet early morning stroll before heading back to the reed fields. She is beautiful, and I think she was aware of it 🙂

    • Thank you Carol 🙂
      This is a female “green” pheasant. I have featured male Green pheasants a few times, and thought it was about time to introduce the ladies too 🙂

      As you know, pheasants are quite shy, but she seemed to enjoy a quiet early morning stroll around the neighborhood before heading back to the reed fields. I am relieved she avoided traffic and crows.

    • Thank you!
      Ah yes, she knew she was being admired – I truly think so 🙂 I have featured male Green pheasants a few times, and thought it’s about time to showcase the ladies too 😀

    • Thank you dear friend!
      I have featured male Green pheasants a few times, and thought it was about time to show the ladies too 🙂

      As you know, pheasants are quite shy, but she seemed to enjoy a quiet early morning stroll before heading back to the reed fields.

    • Thank you Donna!
      I have featured male Green pheasants a few times, and it was about time to show the ladies too 🙂 As you know, pheasants are quite shy, but she seemed to enjoy a quiet early morning stroll before heading back to the reed fields.

    • Thank you Jolandi. I am so glad you like it.
      I have featured male Green pheasants a few times, and thought it was about time to show the ladies too 🙂 As you know, pheasants are quite shy, but she seemed to enjoy a quiet early morning stroll before heading back to the reed fields. I hope you and all your dear ones are staying safe.

    • Hello Mr P, so lovely to have you stop by 🙂
      Thank you for your comment – it was nice to play around with composition for this image. The female green pheasant (quite usually!) didn’t appear to mind my presence. I do hope she knows how admired she is 🙂

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