Juvenile Of a Crimson Sunbird at Jim Corbett National Park Area
As I have no luck with tigers I try and capture as many birds I can! And this juvenile of the Crimson Sunbird did not give me much trouble. I would only spend good 45 minutes t an hour near the flowering bushes and delete at least 50 blurred photos that I clicked!
Another Shot of the Juvenile Of a Crimson Sunbrid at Jim Corbett National Park Area
Birds are a fascination I am developing after I bought the the 70-300mm zoom lens. Before that it was so difficult to capture them! I have accumulated some money in my paypal account and I am wondering which lens to buy first, a 100-400 zoom or a 15-20 wide angle. And it has to be from a store that accepts paypal payments.
12 thoughts on “Lazy Sunday Photo- Juvenile of a Crimson Sunbird”
so beautiful M…i almost missed the bird thanks to the same color of flowr..wonderful buddy:)
Pretty birds but I would love to have seen a tiger! Maybe one day…
Just go ahead about buying the new lens. The photos will come out very well
Ramesh :DThank you Tarun.Qaminante till date i have not been lucky enough to see a tiger, but maybe one day …Thank you Chitra, will try to go ahead.
Interesting…how each life makes its living..
That was beautiful.
wow so beautiful! it looks so nice
Megha the adult of a Crimson Sunbird is so much more striking!Thank you Sanand.Thank you Doli.
What cool looking birds! Their coloring is so unique!
The full grown is even more striking Kelly!