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Birds of all Kinds

Kaye Menner | Will You Marry Me ?

Will You Marry Me ?

A very red rooster and a speckled hen living on a farm in New South Wales, Australia. The rooster's feathers were a lovely dark rich red and had a beautiful shine as if he conditioned them with hair conditioner. I loved the speckled hen with all the texture and varying colors in her feathers. I couldn't resist adding the speech bubble with the hen asking the rooster - Will You Marry Me? There were numerous other hens that lived on the same property and I felt this one was jealous! Just adds a bit of comedy to this chicken portrait. I would like to give credit to Jai Johnson for the wonderful texture overlay used in the background. For more of her beautiful textures, please visit - jaiart.com/thedailytexture
Kaye Menner | Wedge-tailed Eagle Portrait

Wedge-tailed Eagle Portrait

A Wedge-tailed Eagle, Aquila audax, captured at Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia. One of the four largest Eagles in the world. Wide-ranging, singly or in pairs; feeds on small mammals, birds and carrion. Nests in large trees.
Kaye Menner | Lorikeet and Gum Nut Blossoms

Lorikeet and Gum Nut Blossoms

A nature photograph of a Rainbow Lorikeet resting in a gum tree with red gum nut blossoms.The Rainbow Lorikeet is a nectar eater and loves the nectar that these gum nuts produce. The rainbow lorikeet (Trichoglossus moluccanus) is a species of parrot found in Australia. It is common along the eastern seaboard, from northern Queensland to South Australia and Tasmania. Its habitat is rainforest, coastal bush and woodland areas. Several taxa traditionally listed as subspecies of the rainbow lorikeet are now treated as separate species (see Taxonomy).
Kaye Menner | Eagle Art

Eagle Art

Digital art rendition of my photograph Wedge-tailed Eagle Portrait. A bright and colorful digital art version with a fantasy jungle background and a textured brick overlay. A Wedge-tailed Eagle, Aquila audax, captured at Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia. It is the largest bird of prey in Australia and one of the four largest Eagles in the world.
Kaye Menner | Speckled Hen

Speckled Hen

A speckled hen living on a farm in New South Wales, Australia is taking a moments rest. Perhaps she likes having her picture taken! I would like to give credit to Jai Johnson for the wonderful texture overlay used in the background. For more of her beautiful textures, please visit > jaiart.com/thedailytexture [Wikipedia] The chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) is a type of domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the red junglefowl. It is one of the most common and widespread domestic animals, with a total population of more than 19 billion as of 2011. There are more chickens in the world than any other bird or domesticated fowl. Family: Phasianidae Genus: Gallus
Kaye Menner | Red Rooster Resting

Red Rooster Resting

A very red rooster living on a farm in New South Wales, Australia is taking a rest from his daily activities during the afternoon. His feathers were a lovely dark red and had a beautiful shine as if he conditioned them with hair conditioner. I would like to give credit to Jai Johnson for the wonderful texture overlay used in the background. For more of her beautiful textures, please visit > jaiart.com/thedailytexture
Kaye Menner | Rooster Art

Rooster Art

Digital transformation of my Handsome Rooster photograph to a modern art psychedelic rooster abstract on a textured brick background.
Kaye Menner | Kookaburra Art

Kookaburra Art

Colorful digital art rendition of my photograph of a wild kookaburra waiting for food with a textured brick overlay. Kookaburras are terrestrial tree kingfishers of the genus Dacelo native to Australia and New Guinea, which grow to between 28-42 cm (11-17 in) in length. The kookaburra's loud call sounds like echoing human laughter.
Kaye Menner | Bird called Woody

Bird called Woody

A lovely colorful piece of driftwood that I found on a bush walk that just reminded me of a bird. I just had to keep him ! Photographed in front of an old bird breeding box, although I doubt if he'll breed !