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|This is a juvenile Asian-Glossy Starling,it become glossy blackish-green when turn adult.is easy to find or spot them around urban areas in Malaysia.they always stay on dried tree or clean unleaf tree but it quite hard to capture them because of they usually stay at the top of the tree.|
i got this one with his family staying low when they come down to feeding.
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That red eye is wonderful Ken!
Very sharp eye nice depth of field and your positioning is perfect! Good lighting which allows me to see the colors in the wings.
A nice clear shot which shows us the movement of the bird accurately. The light colors on the BG gives the photo a warmer feeling besides the evil look on the bird's eye.
Well Done & TFS.
- [2006-09-24 11:55]
Thank you for posting a sharp shot of this species close to. I have only managrd distant shots of both adults and juveniles, like you say intree tops. This shot is well-composed with good BG.
- [2006-09-24 14:53]
Hello Ken , A Great shot this is a beauty bird ,good details colours a beauty eye sharpnes pov and bg , very good ,tfs ,Greetings Teunie .
- [2006-09-24 14:56]
Great shot, the composition is excellent with a woderful POV, the detail is clean and sharp with lovely colours, I love th ered eye and the expression on the Starlings face.
TFS Hilary :o)
Good colours and perfectly composed shot. Wonderful camera work. TFS.