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nutmeg3 in photo_scavenger

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This is the neatest peacock I've ever seen. He's a semi-albino, so the white feathers look like a froth of lace. Very Three Musketeers.

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Oh my goodness! What a royal train.
He's absolutely stunning in person.
So gorgeous!
He's even more gorgeous in person.
He's so pretty! (I think you've posted a picture of him with his tail up, haven't you?)
I don't think I have any with his tail fully up, but I might have some with it spread out more. I can't remember. ::facepalm::
Beautiful!
Believe me, it's all him. *g*
Oh, that's gorgeous! Those albino and semi-albino peacocks are just stunning.
They really are. Regular peacocks are stunning, anyway, but the albinos kick it up a notch even beyond the norm.
That's an absolutely beautiful peacock.
He's the prettiest I ever seen, and I look for him every time I'm there.
What a stunning, and regal looking peacock.
He's truly the most gorgeous peacock I've ever seen.
That is absolutely beautiful - I've often seen albinos, but never a mosaic before.
He's the only one I've ever seen, and he's truly my favorite peacock.
What a marvellous and unique beauty! ♥ And what a great shot of him. I didn't know semi-albinos were possible. Looking this gorgeous could one make think of it being designed on purpose.
I've wondered sometimes, given that people do keep peacocks as ornamental birds, why no one's ever tried to breed for albinos and semi-albinos. I wonder if there are negative anomalies that come out if you do that.
Gorgeous
Thank you. :-)