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Thread: Laughing Dove,Sariska!

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    Default Laughing Dove,Sariska!

    We could not hear its laughing call,by which the dove gets its name.It is said that Laughing doves move around in pairs but we saw only this one at Sariska.

    Canon 80D,Canon 100-400 IS II USM,f5.6,1/1000,ISO1250 (auto)

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    V S Sankar
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    Chubby bird. Great shot, Sankar.

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    Oh his it so?
    Then where is the partner?

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    Nice head turn and eye contact. I feel some more space all around and more to the right would have strengthened the composition further. Thanks for sharing.

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    I agree with Mrudul's comment. More space all around will help the composition. Try a higher depth of field and a wider composition. Creating a good environmental image is an art. Closeups anyone can do with a long lens or as people do these days by cropping. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice details of a beautiful bird, but agree with Mrudul and Sabyasachi that an environmental composition would have been better.Thanks for sharing.

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