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beautiful pigeon shots! i wish we had some over here that were this colorful in plumage.

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In one of the parks in Hong Kong, there are some enthusiasts who love feeding the pigeon despite the fact that it is an offence in law to do so. The species of pigeons there are really numerous and the pigeons are also pretty obese.

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Beautiful pictures...beautiful birds. I enjoy your pictures of the birds in China. What a wealth of stunning looking birds you have in your country.

Your pictures do them justice.
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lesmore49 wrote:
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Beautiful pictures...beautiful birds. I enjoy your pictures of the birds in China. What a wealth of stunning looking birds you have in your country.

Your pictures do them justice.
I often see a lot ofpigeons on the lawn inparks of the US and UK and was wondering whether they resemble some of the pigeons I posted up here.

Have to say that pigeons are much easier to shoot than the other small ones and that is one of the reasons why I have them posted most often here; I really need a faster and longer lens for the small ones.

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