What a fabulous capture. Birds are so very hard to photograph, but you certainly pulled it off very nicely.Have a terrific WW. :)
Wow! That's incredibly beautiful!
wow- how lovely!
Wow! This is very lovely. Anne
wow!so colourful! What bird is it?...shilpa
What an amazing shot!
Nice photograph :)
What a beautiful bird. Great shot!
Wow so nice short i am looking your all pictures your work is very good & magnificent keep it up.
Beautiful -- such great colors. I have trouble getting good bird shots.
Lovely shot.... and a beautiful bird..
Fabulous capture. What kind of bird is that?
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Wow what a great shot!
wow indeed! quite the effect!
Love the photo.
Wonderful indeed.... one has to have a lot of luck to achieve a result as this ;-)What kind of bird is it?
I think you are the bird/spider/creepy crawlie whisperer, Shiju. Every picture is exceptional.
Hello, Wow so nice & beautiful pic. thanks for sharing.
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A cool looking bird and a great photo. Thanks for sharing this new bird for me anyway.
Beautiful! Happy Critter Day!
Magical photo - the bird is like a rainbow of colours.
so much color on one little bird sandy
He's a beauty!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
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That is surely a beautiful bird. Do you see this kind often? Are they plentiful where you are - or do they travel as single birds? Such incredible beauty in the variety of birds that exist!
Beautiful shot of a lovely bird.Butterfly and Wasp, have a blessed weekend!
@Valerie Purple-rumped Sunbird is endemic to the Indian sub-continent. They are small in size and feed mainly on nectar and sometimes insects. I captured this picture when a group of four were savoring nectar from a coconut tree. They are extremely active. They don't stay long at one place and are constantly on the move making it very difficult to photograph. I have noticed that they return to the same place after some time. The best way to capture is not by running behind them but wait for them to return.
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