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This bee Eater caught a dragonfly; after return in air, will go in nest for its young....
Agreed. I am learning. I just have one pic in captivity, all others are from open. Sometimes if I am free I take my time to learn these birds. Thanks for sharing the secret.
SatyenMehta, thank you very much for your appreciation and the kind words!The secret lies in the fact that I only photograph birds of wild animals, not in captivity and I spend a lot of time around them to understand their behavior... it is very important!:)
Nice shot, your bee eater pics have a big influence on me. I'm learning by seeing your pics. Lovely photography. Thanks.
KatCuff, thank you for visiting!
LaurieWinters, many thanks!
Thank you, Arun!
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surekha, I'm honored!
Ymw, Doina! Love your spottings collection!
I'm glad you like it, surekha! thanks for visiting!
B e a u t i f u l !!
many thanks, textless! have a great week!
SandraH, many thanks!
this picture is just amazing. well done!!!
I'm glad you like it, CJulen! thanks for visiting!
What an incredible capture!!
many thanks, Atul!
Spotted on Jul 28, 2011 Submitted on Sep 29, 2011
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