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    A sunset in his eyes...

    A Brahminy Kite. Shot at MFD. A Bird used to humans and gave me enough time to shoot before he flew away.

    Kabini backwaters, 15 feb 2012

    Pentax K5. Pentax DA* 300mm f4 ED IF SDM
    Shutter...
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    Ashy Prinia

    I was on an overnight trip to Jaipur. managed to squeeze in an hour of birding and though initially it was foggy and chilly to the bone, once the sun came up, birds became quite active.
    My first...
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    Bronze Winged Jacana

    The very harsh mid-day sun was not helping. The nonchalance of the Bird was tempting.

    A Bronze Winged Jacana, Santragachi Lake, Howrah West Bengal, 27 Nov 2011.

    Pentax K5, Pentax DA* 300mm F4...
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    A Diplacodes lefebrei- Purple darter IMO

    A Diplacodes lefebrei- Purple darter IMO
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    Cse

    Deepak, nice post. Frankly Mr. Patra has given some excellent advice- both about cloning and about backgrounds.

    I like this post. the image is natural... like what you saw.

    Keep posting.
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    Buck

    The Krishnasar Mrig of the classics, it was this skin that is the approved one for meditation.

    Nice image but with all that light 640 looks too high. What has happened is the contrast on the pelt...
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    Sunderbans a few facts

    Thought I would jump in.

    The populated parts of the Sunderbans are mostly on the eastern fringe. Villages are there and that is a reality for everyone. A vast part of the delta (what of it is in...
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    Tawny Coster

    A Tawny Coster (female?) butterfly in the neighborhood.

    1/640 sec, f 6.3, ISO 500, -0.3 EV, Spot Metered, handheld

    Pentax K5, Pentax DA* 300mm f4 ED IF SDM

    Thanks in advance,

    Arijit
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    Rufous Tree Pie

    A Rufous Tree Pie from last years' trip to Ranthambhor.

    1/500 se, f 5.8, ISO 200, Aperture Priority, Spot Metered, handheld

    Pentax Kx, Pentax DA L 55-300mm.

    Arijit
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    Bfrb

    Thanks Sabyasachi. Will try it.

    Arijit
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    Bfrb

    Thanks Mrudul.
    I think i get what you mean, but the problem is these blighters are fast as thieves and busy as an upcoming politician...Now here, now gone.

    best of Luck with woodies..

    Arijit
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    Black Rumped Flame Back Woodpecker

    The common 'urban' woody in our parts, the BFRB is noisy and a lovely looking bird

    Her is one from my neighborhood.

    23 08.11, Patuli, Kolkata, India

    Pentax Kx, Pentax DA L 55-300mm
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    Ckf

    Thank you Roopak.
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    Rwlw

    Thanks Sandesh.

    Arijit
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    Rwlw

    Sabyasachi, Mrudul thanks.
    Yes should have been lower, but though crouching, I still was at a level above the bird.

    Arijit
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    Red Wattled lapwing

    A Red Wattled lapwing
    Jaipur, Rajasthan
    2nd June 2010

    Pentax Kx, Pentax DA L 55-300mm

    1/400sec @ 300mm handheld
    F 8, +0.3 EV
    ISO 400
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    Vulture

    Nothing to add to what Sri and Tushar have said. A bit more contrasts perhaps...?

    Arijit
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    Ckf

    Thanks Mrudul.

    Yes, over the months do have a few with catch and will share them one by one. got a couple today too, lets see how they turn out.

    Arijit
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    Ckf

    Sabysachi,
    what you say makes sense and even if it is in the orthodox sense of composition, it still holds true. I had some problems position myself without falling into the pond or stepping on dog...
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    CK

    Hi Sri,

    yes its a 60 odd percent crop. Got a nice series of shots this morning of Kingies and this is one..
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    satishji

    Satishji, this is a beauty. Was there some haze?

    Roopak is right. It is a Common Sandpiper.

    Arijit
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    Ibis

    An evocative frame. Perfectly exposed. Personally I would have gone for a loser crop!

    Thanks for sharing, Tushar.

    Arijit
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    Common Kingfisher

    Other than the Plain Prinia, this is my favourite subject.
    Alcedo atthis bengalensis

    Imaged in my neighborhood, Patuli, Kolkata, India
    12 February 2011

    Exif:

    Pentax K5, Pentax DA L...
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    Crw

    Thanks Roopak..

    and yes its a winter visitor.

    Arijit
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    BS

    Gentlemen, Gracias!

    This is a great place. All those inputs are so good.

    Sri, will let you know. but with Class Xx boards for the elder kid from 23rd, my leaving town now looks nada!! :-(
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