Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Glamour Shot


We have Mooky's perch near the sliding glass door so he can look out into the backyard and also communicate with Bill when he is up in his art studio working. This shot is from the outside in. I call it a glamour shot because of the way the light hit the screen making it look golden almost romantic, if you will. I know that's a stretch.

10 comments:

Sonja said...

Where's the feather boa?? That's REAL glamour lol.

Le`Vlogue said...

yes yes. Perfect posture. Well grounded, a slight lean with a hint of curioisty :) Picasso

singer_dancer said...

Purdy Birdie... My brother used to want an African Gray... He might still ???
~Zoe~

singer_dancer said...

I LOVE your bird!!! Hope you keep listening to Fall Out Boy...
~Zoe~

MrManuel said...

Well, Mooky does seem to be posing!!!

Sharon said...

Sonja - Maybe next time I'll add a feather boa in Photoshop.

Le`Vlogue - Thanks for recognizing Mooky's modeling potential.

Zoe - Welcome and thanks for broadening my musical experience.

mrmanuel - thanks for stopping by again and I just think Mooy is a camera whore!

Crazy Bitch said...

Mooky is beautiful!

You know, my family and I used to call my son, Mooky! How wonderful to find this blog! I'm MrManuel's cousin, by the way!

Sharon said...

Hey Crazy Bitch thanks for stopping by and who knew you were MrManuel's cousin. I hope you stop back again... will visit your blog soon!

Grump Les Tiltskin said...

Hi Sharon

I love parrots, and have a parrot blog too:

Wild Parrots

Unfortunately, never having been to Africa, there's no greys on there yet. I hear they're extremely intelligent.

In Australia, our most intelligent parrot's probably the Sulphur Crest Cockatoo, though our New Zealand neighbours reckon their Kea is a lot brighter.

Having spied both in action, I can confirm they're pretty crazy by human standards.

Sharon said...

Wild Parrots-Welcome to Mooky's Hood! African Greys do have the reputation for being intelligent and Mooky certainly is that. I don't think I've ever seen a Sulphur Crest Cockatoo I'm hoping you have a photo of one on your blog which by the way I'm headed to now.