Birds of a Feather
The Iguassu Falls Bird Park in Brazil is located beside the National Park containing the falls. I photographed these two macaws when I visited some years ago.
I chose to paint this photograph because of the angles the birds made with their bodies, tails and wings. In my photograph the birds looked grey and black even with adjustments to the brightness. The little bit of turquoise that I could see on one of the bird’s head as well as the yellow eye and mustache enabled me to identify them as Hyacinth Macaws. Further investigations on the internet showed their true colours.
Posted on March 2, 2019, in Cross Training, Watercolours and tagged birds, Hyacinth Macaws, nature, watercolor, watercolour paintings, wet on wet, wildlife art. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.