The Rollar scape
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|About Indian Roller from wikipedia:|
The Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis), was formerly locally called the Blue Jay. It is a member of the roller family of birds.It is not migratory, but undertakes some seasonal movements.
The Indian Roller is a stocky bird, the size of a Jackdaw at 30-34cm. It has a warm brown back, lilac breast and face, and blue crown, wings, tail and belly. Sexes are similar, but the juvenile is a drabber version of the adult.
Indian Roller is striking in its strong direct flight, with the brilliant blues of the wings contrasting with the brown back.
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Lovely image of this Indian Roller, amazing colours, with very good detail, But I feel its a little lost with all the space around it, other then that great work, all the best Cheers Rick :)
Nice POV, nicely cropped, leaving sufficient dept and space. Noise a bit high.
Sanjoy, another awesome capture - crystal clear and well composed. bravo and thanks for sharing. Mark :)