A pair of Starling
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|I had previously posted the image of a Chestnut Tailed solitary Starling. The same starling took a bath in the water and then perched itself on top of a feeder. It started to sing and was soon joined by another Starling. This is a frontal view of the birdies against the morning Sun.|
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Ciao Satirtha, great capture of lovely couple, perfect focus, fine details, wonderful natural colors and splendid sharpness, very well fone, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
- [2017-05-19 8:01]
A lovely image of these two starlings soaking up the sun. Super focus sharp showing excellent detail and wonderful eye contact. I love the color of their plumages. Two for the price of one.
- [2017-05-19 13:17]
Hi Satirtha,a magnificent couple of starling taken in a very bright light. It's like to see a home scene with the female on the right and the male on the left...ehehehe...great shot very sharp,i like it! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
These are an unfamiliar species of Starlings for me, Satirtha. I haven't seen them in Himachal Pradesh, so they could be natives of Uttaranchal.
Interesting frontal capture in the bright morning light.
Amar ellakateo mane North 24 Pargana-te ak bar ei bird dekhechilam r chobio tulechilam compact camera diye. Kintu quality chilo akdom baje. Tomar ta fatafati hoyeche. Darun BG r details.