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Thread: Small blue Kingfisher with feed

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    Default Small blue Kingfisher with feed

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    Sharp image. Liked the pose and composition. The fish surely adds to the photograph.Nice moment captured.

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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Fabulous photograph. The sharpness, the colours, the pose, the fish in the beak... there seem to be no mistakes!

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    LOve the BG here. The wing and body appear sharp to me. But the head, eye, and beak seem to want a bit of sharpness. Not sure if this is my monitor, or eyes, or a combination of both!

    Apana

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    beautiful picture.... lovely colors and composition....
    fish in the beak and the kingfisher perched on the rocky outcrop give it a very dramatic feel.....
    I like the background colors too...

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    Chandrashekar,

    You got the kingfisher in a nice pose. Background is good. The fish in the beak is a big bonus. There is subject movement. The kingfisher appears to have moved its head slightly. So the image appears a bit soft. you can see that the ant hill is sharp.

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    Sabyasachi

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