i love the tips of its antenne. so yellow! and beautiful species, no doubt. good top view. tfs
good framing, slightly tight tough. lovely species.. good clarity.
lovely! what a photograph..!! beautiful light, cute act, good POV and soothing DoF.
nice macro. nice species. tfs :)
good ambiance. natural mood. tfs :)
hi Ron, we are neighbours today :)
and what a beauty that you have happened to meet!! somehow, reminds me of three Asian birds..
1. the Asian Paradise Flycatcher (Terpsiphone paradisi).. which can be seen (if lucky) in the State of India (West Bengal) where i come from. Unfortunately, i have not met one yet.
2. the Greater Racket-tailed Drongo (Dicrurus paradiseus), which i have met and photographed but not uploaded yet.
3. the Green Bee-eater (Merops orientalis), which i met many a times, photographed and uploaded too.
If you check the photographs of these three birds, you will understand why i said so :)
Now coming to your shot, i don't find a word but can't stop smiling. What a pretty, cute thing you had seen in front of your eyes. Lucky you. And happy for you too :)
Keep sharing. Take care.
hahaha.. lol.. Michael, what a mood :D and a suitable caption too :)
i never saw coots in such act. tfs.
have a nice weekend.
lovely photograph, Aamer. gives an idea of the natural environment. good to see so many Mynas at a time! these, i believe, are Bank Mynas (Acridotheres ginginianus).
wow.. what a timing. surprisingly, good composition too! tfs, Derek. lovely capture. regarding shafts, a good documentation as well.
such a lovely species is this! beautiful. you're lucky that you've seen it :) and we're lucky that you have shared it with us ;) good dorsal view. tfs.