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    Default Blue-fronted Redstart

    Blue-fronted Redstart male is one of very attractive birds of Himalayas. It is widely found the in and around Neora Valley National Park, Darjeeling Himalayas.
    Place - Rishop, Darjeeling, West Bengal
    Date - Feb, 2016
    Canon 600D, 250 mm, f/6.3, 1/800s, ISO 200
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    Such a cute bird with striking yellow-blue colours. Nice perch and good eye contact. Some loss of details, maybe due to crop. Getting these small birds larger in the frame can be difficult. You can try using a hide to get closer. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    Such a cute bird with striking yellow-blue colours. Nice perch and good eye contact. Some loss of details, maybe due to crop. Getting these small birds larger in the frame can be difficult. You can try using a hide to get closer. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for the comment....yest it is cropped.

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    True, it is a beautiful bird and you have documented it very nicely. Am yet to visit Neora valley park

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debasis Bose View Post
    True, it is a beautiful bird and you have documented it very nicely. Am yet to visit Neora valley park
    Thank you very much

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    If clicked in a trek, it would not be possible to use a hide. The bird is colourful. With tiny subjects one needs to be careful about exposure else the colours like the yellow here gets overexposed. Thanks for sharing.

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