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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Magpies

There's a lot of magpies here in Korea, unfortunately they're very aloof so you can't really take pictures in a close distance. But I never give up so when we were taking for a walk, I patiently took picture of this fella up in the tree.


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31 comments:

  1. nice picture...enjoy ur week end

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  2. oh my...ang ganda ng pagkakuha mo sis....love the photos....lalo na yung 2nd pic....:)

    musta na po? hope all is well....sensya na ngayon lang po nakadalaw....sakit mga paa ko sa kakalakad kanina...nag bargain hunting kami....lol!

    ayay! nag shopping pala si juan...ahhahaha....ako din, d ko nakabili sa store kanina...si hubby lang...kaya ng online shopping din ako....:)

    malapit na kayong umalis sis....few more days to go nlang....:)

    sige manang ko...bukas na ako mag blog hop....tapos na day off ko...lol!

    tulog na aketch...mwah!

    PS:
    Ano yung nahimoot and kalingaw?

    Nahimoot- means natatawa....:)

    kalingaw/lingaw/bibo- means ang saya-saya....:)

    depende din sa sentence sis....like for example: natututwa ako sau....sa bisaya "nalingaw ko sa imo"

    or "kalingaw ba kaayo ninyo" means "ang saya-saya nyo naman"

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  3. Nice photo. I've never seen one before or maybe i do but don't know the name. :)

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  4. Wonderful pictures, you got excellent photography skills.

    Invite you to visit my blog and leave your comments.

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  5. Haven't came across Magpies yet. Good thing you posted about them, now I know. :)

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  6. Me either never seen Magpies before. Is that common in North America?

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  7. Great pictures. Very striking birds.

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  8. Rose: I think they are a beautiful bird in their black and white suit.

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  9. They can really hide, can't they! They must be camera shy!

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  10. They are gorgeous birds. I wonder why they are so shy in Korea - around here they are not exactly tame, but let you come pretty close.
    I read up on Korean magpies in Wikipedia just now, I didn't know that they were so common and popular there!

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  11. They are such interesting birds how they copy the other bird's songs. I guess they can get to be an annoyance though with their steady singing. Lucky you that you saw one!

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  12. pretty series of photos sis! thanks for the share... May bisaya tutorial ata kayo ni dhemz.. hehehe

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  13. Great set of pictures!
    Well done!
    Happy camera critters
    purrs and love
    Luna - We love Luna

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  14. There's a lot of magpies here in the UK too :)

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  15. Galing mo talaga bakla, kaya bring your camera all the time ha hehehe.

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  16. Great captures, I had never seen a magpie before! Thanks for becoming a follower on my blog :o)

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  17. galing naman sis Rose...hindi talaga sumuko eh...great shots parin kahit malayo ang ibon na yan..


    mine is here

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  18. Great captures, Rose! It is the same here, we have many magpies. Recently, we saw one having a nest in our tree.

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  19. We have magpies here, too. It's hard to get close enough, and they're not often still! Nice pics.

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  21. Love your magpies. We have lots of them here and they're very bold and entertaining.

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  22. Here in Belgium the magpies are sitting in our garden, we can see them at close distance.

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  23. There is a species of Magpie in the western US too -- they are beautiful birds and very intelligent!

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  24. Nifty series of photos featuring magpies ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  25. Magpies are great - such pretty birds, and very smart, too. They aren't so shy in other places.

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  26. Nice photos of the magpies. Sometimes it takes patience to obtain something worthwhile. great shots. Yes, my wife is a Filipina. She has been here for six years now. Thanks for visiting my site.

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  27. Thanks for visiting our blog. We saw magpies once in the botanical garden in Taipei also. They move so fast and difficult for me to get a clear shot of them.

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  28. Wala yata tayong magpies sa Pinas ano? Mabuti naman at nakakuha ka ng litrato nito lalo pa't masyado palang mailap ito. Iba na kasi ang may handy camerang dala dala. Ready to shoot palagi, lol. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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