Hello everyone welcome back; today is a very special photography blog and because of that this posting is dedicated to my best friend, Sammy the Indian Ringneck! He's been around for about five years now and he has been in great health; Sammy also has been quite happy with his life, he a silly big green ball of fluffiness with bossy attitude sometimes!
Furthermore, I have some recent photographs of him from about a few days ago. He was very shy of the DSLR camera at first because, I've never used it with him before I only used the small compact camera. Sammy didn't quite know what I was doing with it and he didn't like the assistant light that came on when I pressed down on the shutter release button.
However with a lot of cuddles and talking to him he did pretty alright with the camera in the end. I even let him look at the camera, so he could know it's not some of big black monster. anyway after taking some shots of Sammy, I think he'll want to be a model now that he become so full of himself.
Especially when he walked over my bedding just to get a look in the mirror on my wall.
He was talking away to himself in the mirror saying; "Hello Sammy" and "Ring Ring" along with "What are doing?" That's his favorite words that he had learnt from me, over the years. While Sammy was talking away I had plenty of time, to take some photographs.
Also along with taking the photographs I thought it was a pretty nice effect having him look at the mirror. It almost looked like we had two Indian Ringnecks in our house, than just one.
I do have as well, another photograph here of him on top of the bed looking outside the window. The lighting was pretty good for being on a really drizzling day, but I'm glad it was like that way, so there wasn't going to be any harsh light on Sammy.
Well I'm not a Mother, but I guess it's alright to show Sammy's baby photos. He'll probably wont be that embarrassed right? Well these are the only photographs that can gather from my older folders, they are more in between his years of the first year and second in a half years. Due to the fact of his darker ring showing in some photographs. (Even though their more like shadows that full marks)
Now before I even knew he was a male Indian Ringneck, we all thought he was a female. Thus the name "Sammy" became to be as it was a girl like name (Even at least it was more of a unisex name anyway). Sammy for that time, was just learning about words and who to mimic them quite well so I should've expected that he was a male in the first place.
Now this last photograph down below is from, what I can see is an older one than the other two photos above, Sammy's ring had yet to show any sign and his beck was changing a bit from dull to a bright cleaner red color. It's only a close shot of him while he was outside, I was using my old compact camera back then; along with the other two baby photos as well.
Well I hope you thought he was simply adorable and cute! I do hope he wont be mad at me showing his baby photos! But anyway hopefully everyone is having a wonderful day and I'll see you till next time!
Thank you and farewell.
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