- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2007-08-11 3:30]
hello Mr Ram Thakur,
nice capture, the bg of this shot looks classy with play of light and dark shades, i do not have any idea about the species, nice pov, beautiful composition, good framing,
tfs & regards
- izler (44)
- [2007-08-11 3:40]
sorry i have no idea about its species. have you got another captured poses of its?
i know its difficult capturing through branches but i like composition, point of view, blurred background, colours and framing
thanks for sharing
- mecamich (914)
- [2007-08-11 3:40]
Hi Ram,beautiful artistic composition, pleasant with regarder.TFS
- eqshannon (31139)
- [2007-08-11 5:07]
I love this technique. Almost like a silk painting. You also presented it in that way. It is a piece of art work Ram. Only by you!
Wonderful shot of this cute little bird. I think it is ASHY PRINA (Prinia socialis). Very impressive sharpness and lovely colours. The BG sets up a nice tone and looks superb. I wish the green leaf obstructing the bird was not there. Excellent POV to portray this bird and very well composed. Kudos.
- smitha (4409)
- [2007-08-11 5:48]
Very good picture with good pOV and DOF. I liked the orange colour in the background. Good composition with good colours.
I too think Sumon is right in his id of the bird, or else it can be Plain Wren Warbler (Plain Prinia).The Ashy Wren Warbler is ash above and white below where as the Plain Wren Warbler is earthy brown above.
I hope the information will be useful to you.
- jaycee (25460)
- [2007-08-11 8:07]
A very artistic and pretty picture of this little bird. The unusual orange background sets him off well. You caught him in a wonderful pose. I like the frame.
- nglen (36145)
- [2007-08-11 8:19]
Hi Ram.Help all ways comes from someone on TN with the ID. Good shot of the little bird. good detail and colours , with the warm back ground helping to set it off. a nice POV/DOF. with good notes.well done TFS.
- Argus (50614)
- [2007-08-11 9:58]
In my experience Ashy Prinias are very active and hard to catch in the open so the bit of bamboo leaf in front of it is pretty normal.
Though it looks like you have had to crop this fairly heavily, the Prinia comes through quite sharply and I like the composition with the blurred orange BG,
Thanks for sharing,
Best wishes, Ivan
- lemoineth (2286)
- [2007-08-11 17:20]
Belle photo de cet oiseau, le flou exterieure nous le montre mieu, il se dיtache bien et apparait plus net. Amitiיs Thomas
- parthasarathi (1314)
- [2007-08-12 0:16]
Yes, the bird is Ashy Wern-Warbler or Ashy Prinia (Prinia socialis Sykes), in Hindi called as 'Phutki'. The size is Sparrow (-). Other informations what you have given is perfect. The picture is really decent. It is tough to click these restless small birds.
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2007-08-12 0:31]
Hi Mr. Ram,
I searched a lot to ID this bird. But couldn't found any info about. I guess it is some sort of robin, chat or wheatear but not sure. Beautifully captured with excellent details although low light conditions.
Thanks a lot for sharing.
- gannu (14759)
- [2007-08-12 5:36]
Ram Sir, Just simply beauty and amazing shot. What a pose and eye contact ganesh