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    Default Painted Francolin.

    Nikon P900 , 1/500 , F6.3 , ISO 125. Full Frame. Basic pp in Adobe Photoshop Express.

    Clicked on 30th August, 2020 at Osmansagar, Hyderabad.
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    Very beautiful image .A very rare capture .Great you could get this shy elusive bird out in the open .The mound of granite surrounded by greens makes for an excellent perch.The bird could have been placed more to the right in the composition for greater impact . Thanks for sharing .

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    Beautiful. Agree with Shyamalaji. Good colours, details and sharpness. The low angle adds to the composition. Lovely capture. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely. I like this. It is good that you got the bird without any intervening vegetation. The focus and depth of field are adequate. How many of them did you sight? Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you Shyamala ma'am, Mrudul ma'am and Sabyasachi sir for viewing and sharing your views. Sabyasachi sir at this particular place I sighted 2 of these beautiful birds. Damagundam forest is the best place to sight them. I must have sighted atleast 10 of these birds there.

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