|Copyright: Ashish Gandre (GoogolGuy)
|Date Taken: 2001-06-18|
|Camera: Nikon N60|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-05-11 12:10|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I found this albino peacock alongwith ones of the regular variety on a trip to Windsor Castle. These peacocks were quite shy, so I could say that getting this pose was by fortune. :)|
Hello Ashish! You were very lucky indeed to get this great nature capture! Isn't he gorgeous! Nice earth tones with the ivy and the wood. His tail looks like a bridal dress train. Well done!
Wow! Beautiful peacock. Never seen one of these. But referring to your note, white peacocks are not actually Albino because they are born like that because of a particular white gene transfer. Very rare subject. The POV could have been better I think. Good subject to capture though. TFS.
- [2005-06-23 10:15]
beautifull birdf. Here in Brazil , had a lot of, but anyone are so white like this.
Wow, beautiful bird. I'm glad you were able to get the pose, and taking photos of anything white is always a challenge!
- [2005-09-06 16:57]
Beautiful picture, I had never seen a white peacock
for me I would classify him with Albino, but reading the other ones
notes of the members, I am in the doubt. it is or it is not!
But the picture is very good.
Congratulations for his work