Sunday, February 13, 2011

Chukar Partridge - World Center For Birds of Prey - Boise, Idaho

I took my eleven year old grandson out to a program at the Birds of Prey Center today. A wild Chukar Partridge posed for him on a fence as we we were leaving and he got this photo.

I let him determine how to process it. He has watched me play with photoshop and decided he wanted it saturated and posterized. So here is his masterpiece.

Chukars are natives of India and were imported into the U.S. many years ago. They are common in rocky canyons in Idaho.

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