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Pica pica Photograph by Torbjorn Swenelius

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Comments (18)

Bonnie See

Bonnie See

Beautiful composition, elegant bird. L/F

Thank you so much Bonnie See for your very nice comment and choice of favorite!

Alana Thrower

Alana Thrower

Beautiful capture of this bright eyed magpie! l/f/t

Thank you so much Alana Thrower for your very nice comment and choice of favoritre!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Paul Davenport for choosing "Pica pica" as your favorite!

Marcia Colelli

Marcia Colelli

Beautiful capture in the wonderful setting. Nice image. L/F

Thank you so much Marcia Colelli for your very nice comment and choice of favorite!

Anna Kluba

Anna Kluba

Beautiful capture!

Thank you so much Anna Kluba for your very nice comment and choice of favorite!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Jan Mulherin for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "Art Forever with You!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Mariola Bitner for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "Wildlife ONE A DAY"!

Dawn Currie

Dawn Currie

Thank you for submitting this fine image of this identified wild bird. It is now featured on the homepage of Wild Birds Of The World - A Nature Photography Group. Please take a moment to add it to the 2019 Thanks and Features Thread discussion for additional visibility.

Thank you so much Dawn Currie for very nice comment and feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "Wild Birds Of The World - A Nature Photography Group"!

Nicklas Gustafsson

Nicklas Gustafsson

Wonderful picture and congratulations on your recent sale!

Thank you so much Nicklas for your congrats, very nice comment and choice of favorite!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Jeannette Hunt for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "Animals"!

Kay Brewer

Kay Brewer

Congratulations on your sale!

Thank you so much Kay!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Doug Norkum for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "Animal Photographs

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much the buyer from Elko, NV - United States, who bought a IPhone 8 Tough Case of Pica Pica!

Alana Thrower

Alana Thrower

Beautiful portrait of this magpie! Love the composition! l/f/t

Thank you so much Alana Thrower for your nice comment and choice of favorite!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Scott in Digital Designs for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "FAA Portraits - Birds"!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Mia DeLode for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "Big Sky of Art"!

Torbjorn Swenelius

Torbjorn Swenelius

Thank you so much Miroslava Jurcik for the feature in the FineArtAmerica-group "KINGDOM Animalia"!

Tim Grams

Tim Grams

A wonderful setting for this beautiful bird Torbjorn. Magpies are easily lured to feeders here in Alaska. In fact, they can become quite the nuisance at times since they chase away the smaller birds. But very fun to watch.

Thanks Tim, I agree with you that they can be very fun to watch. They can a nuisance in flock. One or two are they often very shy and hard to come close enough for a good shot.

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