When the meals were over, the migratory cranes took their voyage to the western seaside in the evening from their halting stakes in the lake.The buoyant waves and the sparkling sun in the frills of the waves added strength to their wings and the body.The aim was to reach the nesting islands before the sun slides beyond the sea line in the west !
The Woodpecker came to the banana tree on a cloudy evening of the autumn last year..It was to make a quick search of insects among the banana leaves and the trunk. Since the time has not much light and the woods around found little bit deserted that moment, the bird spend a bit more time than the usual to finish the scan among the trunks and so I got time enough to take shots more than expected, of the bird scanning through the tree , in my canon 500D even though the lighting was not much favorable for a shoot of the kind.
It was safer to the Indian Pond Heron to launch in the woods at the time because the sun was bright, the pool was full and the surroundings were peaceful with the presence of none…! So it made a sound watch of the place for a few minutes from atop the country terrace …,and then slowly launched near the pool to have a plunge and enough drink…,and everything was caught up in my Canon 500D.
When the evening was filled with the clouds of rain in this April, the kingfisher found the way to the pond to have a dip to refresh itself from the hot and humid noon..! Slight rain, the haughty wind and the gloomy air were there around the plains …and hence it was essential for the bird to quench its thirst and to refresh from the huskiness of the nature, that’s all.
I used my Nikon D600 to make use of the moment, that’s all about this session of the evening rains of the April..!!
The day was a bit cloudy and there was rain in the day before. There I got these cocktail postures from the neighboring walls of the tropical village in my native Indian rustic scenes.The bird was on the walls to walk and watch around..on the way it had taken some time to get relaxed and refreshed ! Thus I got the chance to have these pictures of these outstanding ‘male -gestures’ of feathers and the charming head in deep colors !! (all were shot in my CanonEOS500D )
In the southern coast of India here, at the outset of the tropics, monsoon arrives by the middle of May ; the clouds began to sprout across the sky during the time…;on such a time, just before the early noon, I have witnessed this Egret pair on the banana leaves, near a cattle shed in the countryside and took it in my Canon 500D just before the clouds fading the bright lights of the early noontime that welcomes the arrival of the monsoon;
In the evening of the midsummer , the evening lights had produced a velvet effect among the leaves in the brimming branches beside the walls and the Greater Couccal , otherwise called as the bird of good omens or the bird of fortune in Central and South India, stepped into the wall in that twilight…the angular posture and the lights in green glitters I can’t forget that I took in my Canon 500D with the prime lens of 400mm of the Canon breed !!