As the crop in the farmer's fields grew lush, a lot of birds would frolic there in search of food. Robins, mynahs, magpies, doves, even a pheasant (so I think) made its home in the dense undergrowth.
But the most fun to watch were the parrots, as they sat swinging on the long stems, their green almost merging with that of the crops.
This painting is inspired by my daily watch of the parrots' antics. Every time I tried to photograph them, I would lose them through the viewfinder, so beautifully were they camouflaged!