Every supermodel (avian or non-avian) needs a portfolio.
How else will everyone know how pretty they are?
You can view Pearl’s portfolio as thumbnails here on the main page.
Or you can click on any photo to display bigger images you can scroll through one-by-one (this is the method Pearl suggests). 🙂
The coy hunter pretends disinterest for nearby victuals.
The strawberry didn’t stand a chance.
The cunning hunter eyes his prey for signs of life.
Grandpa (aka the “Tall Tree”) and his favorite grandbird enjoy a delicious waffle brunch together.
Project complete, a Grandma and her assistant enjoy a fresh waffle breakfast together.
A very astute avian assistant encourages the chef.
If you love something make sure it doesn’t get away (if you have to, stand on it with both feet).
The master of TWD (Total Waffle Destruction) administers the ‘bite o’ death’.
Mom’s “paint your pet” class results gets two thumbs up from the enthusiastic (and very pretty) subject.
His Majesty claims his preferred perch on the 6’3″ green-wearing “Tall Tree” (aka Grandpa).
Pearl. Grandma (aka the “Small Tree”). Admiring the visual majesty and dulcet singing tones of His Majesty up close.
Mommy and birdie enjoy some quality bonding time.
This one is called “Pearl Strikes a Pose”.
This one is called “Pearl in Profile”.
This one is called “Building Blocks of a Beautiful Bird”.
Pearl. Post-spa day.
My highly scientific single-bird studies yield many interesting observations of, for instance, victuals preferences.
The daring spelunker ventures into unknown territory in search of rich prizes.
A glimpse of the rare “orange beaked” parrot species.
The quality control expert tests the waffle-making implements for overall shininess and durability.
Courting the wild microwave.
Mr. I’m-So-Pretty and his court.
Mommy and her birdie (who is displaying “big wings”).
The winner of this morning’s “I’m-So-Pretty” contest crowds the plate (again).
Me and Mom with one-of-a-kind hat accessories.
This one is called “Perfection in Prettiness”.
My shiny pan. MINE.
No effort is too great for 5-star cuisine (Grandma’s, of course).
The winner of this morning’s “I’m So Pretty” contest is (unsurprisingly) decked out in grey and white feathers.
Big wings warm-up.
It takes daily grooming to stay this pretty.
Who me? The hole was there when I got here, Mom!
Mommy and birdie, beak to beak.
Discovering yet another brunch delicacy…. scrambled….. eggs.
This one is called “A Bird in the Hand…”
The fearless explorer discovers a strange new species.
The black ops escape artist makes a break for it.
Mommy and birdie reunited.
Just three sea creatures hanging out.
Who me? Feathers? What feathers? Oh. THOSE feathers.
The Voice’s breakthrough contestant just moments before his winning performance.
This one is called “I’m So Pretty”.
A certain very pretty grey & white someone shows off his ladder moves.
Rope ladder moves.
This one is called “Mommy and Birdie in Profile”.
The broccoli connoisseur demonstrates how to inhale the bouquet using the “full beak immersion” method.
Pearl takes his first (very successful) dance lesson.
A rare glimpse of the hunter in his lair as he neatly dispatches fresh prey…
A certain feathery someone embarks on a delicious round of Thanksgiving day plate-surfing…
The fearless and dedicated archeologist pauses for a rare photo op before resuming excavation efforts.
The masseuse receives the highest customer satisfaction rating.
Step one: massage. Step two: restful nap.
Body language says it all, “I would like to come OUT NOW PLEASE”.
Inspired by Nemo, Pearl shows off his “lucky wing”.
A skilled forager always knows how to subtly approach the prey…
The winning contestant’s official “Prettiest Bird in the World” publicity photo.
Someone greets a certain very special feathery someone…
The renowned art critic stops during a recent museum tour to offer expert commentary on a particularly exquisite portrait.
This one is called “Watching for Waffles”.
Scrutinizing the durability and overall shininess of the cooking implements.
It takes commitment, dedication, and drive to maintain waffle eating championship status. And daily practice, of course….
This one is called “Together Again”.
Some diners like to give a blessing before the meal. Others prefer to wait til, well, after.
If breakfast tastes good in the bowl, imagine how good it will taste outside the bowl.
Someone with feathers examines what seems to be the large featherless creatures’ favorite beverage.
The tiny but powerful predator advances on the unsuspecting mousepad…
Plate-surfing at its finest…
A certain feathery someone will forgive Mommy for being out of town….eventually.
Straws: they’re not just for drinking anymore.
Mommy gets a special Valentine’s Day gift – an enthusiastic assistant “typist” for a day!
Stalking the wild laptop…
“Thanks, Mom – but what is it?”
The regal baby bald eagle struts his stuff.
The in-demand portrait model admires a newly completed work (by renowned avian artist Megan Williams).
Pearl explains Budgeting 101 to his Mommy.
The customer service is excellent today.
This blue thing feels quite soft and fluffy – sort of like me!
The adventurer stakes his claim on the small mirrored object.
Just as I thought. Total prettiness. Plus the smaller view range really hones in on the prettiest part of what is reflected.
I’m not sure about these, Mom.
Wow I look pretty!
The maestro warms up before a sold out performance.
Aha! Thanks to my powerful claws and sharp beak, I subdued it at last! I wonder what it is….
Well let me just sample one just be to sure it is as crunchy and delicious as I remember.
Well I’ll just wait right here for the chef to come back.
Starting with a posture of maximum cuteness gets the performance off to the right start.
Wow and dazzle the audience with your cuteness – and with your performance of course.
I’ll just drag this off the plate so Mom understands I want it.
Oh look – a crunchy green thing. Better check it out.
OH. A muffin. Well don’t mind if I do….
That iPhone camera sure is shiny and reflective on the back – I think I see someone I know in it!
This does not look like waffles.
Oh – fabulous – a delicious library book!