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  1. Sub-adult Indian Paradise Flycatcher

    Dear Friends,

    Sinhagad Valley in Pune near Khadakvasla Lake is well known for birding. There were many sightings of forest birds, mainly flycatchers of various species.

    Towards the end of our...
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    Overall nice image...TFS Signature Spider...

    Overall nice image...TFS

    Signature Spider (Argiope anasuja) is one of the species under Genus Argiope, with many more in this Genus.


    Interesting link to explore species under Argiope Genus...
  3. Red Berries & a Red Eye... Asian Koel

    Dear Friends,

    It's a pleasure watching birds in their environment especially near their food source. Lucky to have spotted this Asian Koel, female very close to where I was standing.

    We were in...
  4. Bird with Breakfast, A White Browed Bulbul

    Dear Friends,

    This time we planned Diveagar beach in Dec -18. Idea was to enjoy winter weather at beach & also full day would be available to us for exploring flora & fauna of the place. To our...
  5. Oriental Pied Horn-bill of Haridwar

    Dear Friends,

    It was a morning safari in Jhilmil Jheel track of Rajaji National Park during Diwali holidays. While we were busy capturing Chitals , a pair of Pied Horn Bill perched itself on a...
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    Thanks Saktipada Da, Sabyasachi Da & Mrudul.. ...

    Thanks Saktipada Da, Sabyasachi Da & Mrudul..

    Rajaji Park main tracks weren't open at the time of my visit. However, could visit Jhilmil Jheel track with family . It was good with sighting of...
  7. Jewel Bug (Chrysocoris sp.) Nymph

    Dear Friends,

    It was Nagla again with Prajwal & other photo enthusiasts from Ghodbunder Road, Thane. Weather is changing & so are the sightings. Pleased to present this Jewel Bug nymph, who went...
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    Black-rumped Flameback

    Dear Friends,

    Diwali this time was in Haridwar. Stayed at an apartment complex named "Jurs Country". Its just before Jwalapur on Delhi Haridwar road. Pretty large complex & mostly carved out on...
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    Nice sighting. Love the eyes... TFS.. ...

    Nice sighting. Love the eyes...

    TFS..

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma
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    Innocent Eyes_ A Bonnet Macaque

    Dear Friends ,

    This image was made about a month back. Still getting familiarized with my Tamron 100-400m , its capabilities & limitations.

    Very near to our home , in foothills of Yeoor range,...
  11. Thanks Sabyasachi Da for inputs. Let me try on...

    Thanks Sabyasachi Da for inputs. Let me try on it.

    Another point is , shooting was in "One Shot AF" . Does this need to be changed in this scenario.

    Also ,carried out a focus test with online...
  12. Thanks Sakti-da, Mrudul & Deepak. Trying to...

    Thanks Sakti-da, Mrudul & Deepak.

    Trying to figure out reason for subject softness, got same comment on earlier crested lark image. So, surely not doing something right..

    Here are my thoughts...
  13. Miss Beautiful _ The Peacock Pansy

    Dear Friends,

    Pleased to present lovely Peacock Pansy from Kolshet, Thane.

    It was sun basking & didn't move a bit despite moving very close. Even moving some bushes in front of it didn't scare...
  14. Chestnut tailed Starling & Wild Berries

    Dear Friends,

    It was a tree full of wild berries near Kolshet creek. Lot many birds , Mynas, Starlings , enjoying the fruits.

    Difficult to shoot , only access against the morning rising sun....
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    Thanks Dada & Mrudul...Good inputs ... ...

    Thanks Dada & Mrudul...Good inputs ...

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma
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    Thanks Dada & Mrudul for valuable insights.. ...

    Thanks Dada & Mrudul for valuable insights..

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma
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    Thanks Dada, Mrudul & Disha.. I didn't notice...

    Thanks Dada, Mrudul & Disha..

    I didn't notice earlier, in-fact entire image has gone soft. It doesn't look like this on my screen. Not sure, if some compression issues. Agree on the composition...
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    Crested Lark from Malshej Ghat 2

    Dear Friends,

    Another one from same series..

    EXIF : Canon 550D, Tamron 100-400mm VC, FL : 400mm, Av :f/8, Tv : 1/500, ISO :400, EV -2/3, PP in LR 5.7, Full Frame, Evaluative Metring.
    ...
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    Crested Lark from Malshej Ghat

    Dear Friends,

    Malshej Ghat has a plateau, on which MTDC resort is built. In and around this resort, yellow flowers of "Nettle Leaved Wedelia" are present in good nos. Some of the patches are tens...
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    Red Whiskered Bulbul

    Dear Friends,

    Pleased to announce acquisition of Tamron A035E 100-400mm F/4.5-6.3 Di VC USD Lens . Tried my hand at some birding during visit to Malshej Ghat.

    Roaming around green meadows on...
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    Thanks Dada & Mrudul.. Feedback well taken.. ...

    Thanks Dada & Mrudul.. Feedback well taken..

    It's always a challenge to get exposure right for all layers with different levels of light & we tend to over-process.

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma
  22. A Painted Grasshopper_Poekilocerus pictus

    Dear Friends,

    Wishing you a very happy Ganesh Chaturthi...

    It was a holiday & an usual trip to Yeoor range of Sanjay Gandhi National Park to start the day. Green grass has started to turn...
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    SGNP Hills _Viewed from Yeoor

    Dear Friends,

    We, Mumbaikars/ Thanekars are blessed to have a city forest by name Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

    The Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) has always been an ideal picnic or weekend...
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    A very spiky caterpillar

    Dear Friends,

    Pleased to present a very spiky caterpillar from, Slug Caterpillar Moths (Family Limacodidae) captured at Yeoor Hills.

    Little fellow was moving alone on branches of Indian Ber...
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    Interesting sighting & image looks good even with...

    Interesting sighting & image looks good even with ISO :8000.

    This could be a species from Broadhead Planarians (Genus Bipalium). Got to know about this site / app of inaturalist, who are building...
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