Three - Banded Plover
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|Three - Banded Plover (Charadrius tricollaris)|
I have captured this 'Three - Banded Plover' at Marieval Bird Sanctuary, early in the morning, just after the Sunrise. Very small bird, so difficult to frame to show its own world. First POV which is very important to me and here I took ground level shot. Next is white feathers which gets overexposed quickly even gets bit light. So it was a challenge to me to chose perfect exposure. This bird was collecting insect in the marshland and I took this picture lying on the ground to get perfect background which is water body.
It is a 18 cm bird in length. This Plover is resident in eastern and southern Africa and Madagascar 🇲🇬.
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- [2018-05-12 23:15]
the expert at work ! Thanks for explaining the issues with a good bird shot. You might have added that used the morning light.
Best regards, Dietrich
- [2018-05-13 7:00]
Hi Srikumar,a pic a step ahead comparing with the others in the gallery,absolutely fantastic the sharpness,the circle arounf the eye is a great show and the background very clean,the best way to show us this banded plover! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
une très belle composition, un gros plan de qualité avec une belle netteté sur l'œil.
The tight frame is putting the bird in evidence. The point of view is showing the details of theThree - Banded Plover. You have capture well the eye contact. Have a nice day.