Triple image:The Resplendent Quetzals males on the ends are the same as in the preceding image, except for the different female in the middle. She is a more beautifully colored female than the one in the preceding triplicate. The pastel blue of her back and head reminds me of the impressionist painters. Both sexes have the bright carmine breast. The Quetzals' habit of always turning their backs towards us must have been a security gesture, done deliberately to blend with the green background of the forest behind them. (Mentioned previously by Janzen). [Costa Rica'10].