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  • Harish
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    hdobhal
    These are unique photos for me. Despite very bad in quality I found out that they have an illusion effect due to light. Can you tell which way they are headed?D72_1858D72_1859
  • Harish
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    hdobhal
    Some more...DSC_5927D72_4337D72_4293
  • Harish
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    hdobhal
    Here are some which I clicked before taking this course. I am sure I will improve a lot and my next batch will have stunning flight photos. The Red-rumped Swallow was and is most difficult for me because of its highly unpredictable flight D72_1523DSC_8236aDSC_7304
  • Harish
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    hdobhal
    Here is another story of a Red-wattled Lapwing mobbing an Oriental Honey-buzzard. I regret the missed photos where both would be clearly focused DSC_2428DSC_2430DSC_2429
  • Harish
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    hdobhal
    Here is a story that I documented in Nov 2019 - Three young of Wire-tailed Swallow begging for food and parent feeding them one by one. That time I did not have a good lens (Tamron 70-300) so photos are grainy and less sharpD72_6755D72_6760aD72_6759c
  • Harish
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    hdobhal
    Here is a Rock Pigeon perched on wire with front light but at an angle. D72_4973a In the following photo the shadow cast by leaves on the breast part of Rose-ringed Parakeet makes it artistic as if a body art D72_5751a In the following photo the front-top light details the face and breast of this White-throated Fantail D72_5769a  
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