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Thread: Honey-Buzzard May-15

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    Default Honey-Buzzard May-15

    Interesting fact about the Oriental Honey-Buzzard is its variable plumage, which often mimics that of other raptors, especially hawk-eagles.
    Canon EOS 7D , canon 500mm f/4 , 1/1000 , f/4 , +0.3 step , ISO-320 , Handheld.
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    Great capture.Beautiful plumage details.Would have loved more view of the environment all around.Thanks for sharing.

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    nice closeup. good details and eye contact . another interesting fact is if you see the head it a scaly hard surface with out any feathers...adaptation of a specialist feeder to deal with the stings.

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    Liked the perch and the pose. Interesting to know about its scaly head, nature has taken care of so many small small details, its amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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    Superb closeup..TFS

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    Nice image. Where was it photographed?

    The texture of the dead tree bark looks interesting. It is always tough to contain the white colour of the perch. The white of the perch and the dark feathers pose tough challenges to the cameras dynamic range.
    Interesting info by Roopak. The evolutionary adaptations of species is amazing. We hardly know a tiny fraction of what we see. Thanks for sharing.

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    Superb Details. TFS.

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