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    Default Green Bee Eater with Catch

    Common Name:Green Bee Eater
    Scientific Name :Merops orientalis
    Caption: Prized Catch
    Equipment Canon 7D,Canon 100-400mm
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    Focal Length:400mm
    Shutter 1/160
    Aperture: f5.6
    ISO: 800
    Location: Bandipur Tiger Reserve,Karnataka
    Season: Monsoon
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    Lovely postcard image. Nice that you got it with a catch. Good perch, details and composition. Just a little bit less space on the left would have enhanced the image further. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Agree with Mrudul on the space to the left. The image also looks a bit soft and maybe one round of sharpening will enhance the image a great deal.

    Here is the same with the changes . . . . .

    thanks for sharing

    Rajan
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    Nice. like the clours and the clean BG.

    TFS
    Roopak

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    Harsha,
    Did you upload an image larger than 300kb or longest side longer than 1024pixels? In such situations the forum software automatically resizes the images and the quality is lost.

    It is always nice to see an image of the bee eater with a catch. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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