Wild Pheasant

Det må vel ha vært ca 14 år siden at vi en dag oppdaget at vi hadde besøk av en vill fasan i hagen vår. Det hele skjedde veldig plutselig og – de bildene jeg ville ha, måtte tas gjennom vinduet! Heller ikke dagens kamera-teknologi var i nærheten av så god som dagens, men – jeg er i det minste istand til å dokumentere besøket. Og hadde jeg visst hvor sjeldent dette besøket skulle vise seg å være, så hadde jeg nok forsøkt å få noen bedre bilder, men – hun har aldri vist seg igjen!
It must have been some 14 years ago when we one morning suddenly discovered that we had aviviting wild pheasant roaming around in our garden. It happened very suddenly and – the pictures I wanted to take, had to be shot through the window pane. Also the camera technology 14 years ago were nowhere near that of today, but at least I’m in position tom document that visit! And if I had known how rare this visit would turn out to be, I’d have
probably tried to get more and better pictures, but she never showed again!
Det var tidlig på våren, og det lå enda en del snøflekker rundt i hagen som nok bidro til å narre mitt kamera til å tro at verden var mye lysere enn den egentlig var. Men jeg fikk et bilde av flukten da hun oppdaget at noe rørte seg bak vinduet . . .

It was early spring, and there were still patches of snow lying about in our garden, which probably fooled my camera to believe that the world was way lighter than it really was.
But at least I got a picture of a hurried escvape when she noticed a slight movement behind the window pane . . .

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10 Responses to Wild Pheasant

  1. They are sure pretty birds and tasty too. Hunting them is pretty popular in my area.

  2. Seenorway says:

    Thank you! It was kind of surprising to me as well, but at the time I thought it would be back!
    But it didn’t! And at the time I didn’t have the best of cameras.

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Wow! What a gorgeous bird! I’ve never seen one up close. Beautiful shot, Svein.

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