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    Default Asian Koel Female

    This koel came to our papaya tree and started munching.It comes often and I could get only a dark image(used shutterr priority) and as result used ex compensation.

    Canon 400D,55-250IS,ISO400,1/400,f5.6.ex comp +1/3
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    Lovely image. Agile look. The colours, tinge of brown on black with white spots look natural. Nice perch on the flowering papaya plant. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild
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    Nice eye contact. The focus seems off shankar sab.
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    Nice to see it on a papaya tree. Good eye contact. As you said the image got underexposed, giving a +EC would have helped. There is some noise in the background. Thanks for sharing.
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    I agree with the previous comments. During my childhood days we had a papaya plan with crow nest in it and koel had given eggs in it after throwing the crow eggs. When I used to go on top of my house, the crows were attacking us as the nest was close by, without realising that they were guarding eggs of a Koel.

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