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Photographer Captures Love Between Birds And The Pictures Are Like Something Out Of A Storybook

By - 16th February 2018

All creatures are beautiful, but Mother Nature really had a lot of fun when she created these stunning birds. Meet Winter, Sprig, River and Rain, the Pacific Parrotlet birds that are stealing hearts with their storybook love stories.

The birds may only be 4-5 inches tall, but the tiny parrots have plenty of personality to rival their Amazon cousins in their tiny, fluffy bodies. Not to mention, plenty of love to share around.

The teeny parrots are so affectionate with each other that their owner and photographer, Rupa Sutton at Freya Ever After, can’t help taking beautiful photos of the loving birds. And the photos are like something straight from a storybook.

The pastel coloured Parrotlets cuddle each other, preen and affectionately care for one another every day. Photographer Rupa says that “observing and interacting with them has brought so much joy and laughter into my life.”

“I’m captivated by their beauty, their intelligence and their sweetness. They’ve quickly become one of my favourite subjects to photograph. I love to tell a story and convey emotion through my images and editing.”

“With their mischievous antics and love for cuddling, the birds provide me with plenty to capture.”

“Viewing them through a macro lens reveals so many details that might have otherwise gone unseen… the tiny eyelashes, their little tongues, the perfection of their colourful feathers.”

“What I enjoy most about sharing the birds is hearing back from people that our pictures have inspired them, brought a smile to their day or allowed them to briefly escape to a storybook place where fluffy birds find true love.”

The pictures are truly stunning; I now want to adopt a pair of Parrotlets and gaze at them all day. If you loved these beautiful photos, share them with your friends to brighten up their day. ?