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Some birds fly towards the Shutter-bugger and her camera. They belong to the ‘a little lime-light never hurt anyone’ school of thought.

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Some quickly turn hiding their face on spying a camera and fly away, preferring the cloak of anonymity.

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Then there are the neutral ones. Not easily perturbed over a camera or the clicks, their philosophy in life is one of ‘take it or leave it’.

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Yet others are winged show-offs who romance the lens and reveling in its attention put up a veritable performance for it.

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Next come the painfully shy ones. They are so scared of the camera that they promptly hide their face underwater to escape being photographed.

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My Nikon D5100 and I met these feathered fellas on our walk at Shoreline Park on Sunday.