Sunday, August 7, 2011

Camera critters


A Coppersmith Barbet with a fruit in its beak on a tree in Andheri, Mumbai.

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23 comments:

  1. What a colorful, interesting bird! A new one for me! And a great capture as always, Deepak! Enjoy your day!

    Sylvia

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  2. Brilliant capture .Perfect pose:))Love the colors and the moment.

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  3. Biting more than you can chew? heh!

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  4. cool. I didn't know about this bird.

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  5. I initially thought it has a funny beak.

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  6. What a beautiful bird, I have never seen such a bird !

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  7. nice..............one..................

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  8. I've never seen one of these guys before either
    great shot

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  9. Beautiful bird and great capture!

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  10. Got some lunch...
    :)
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  11. Dear friends.
    Have fun and happiness.
    I was pleased to know you.
    I'm from the country of Vietnam.
    Very pleased to invite you to visit my country.

    People and Language
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    Economics
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    Currently, Vietnam's economic development in many fields, from exporting to attract foreign investment, attracting international tourists. Industrial production, agriculture continues to maintain high growth rates and diminished in the stable. According to the latest report by the World Bank (published on 11.9.2004), the economic growth of Vietnam in 2004 is forecast at 7.2%, ranking fourth in the world.

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  12. Wow!,Nice Click again.Perfectly Pictured.

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  13. Cute! Somehow reminds me of my Joey :(

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  14. I was going to say he must have gotten his nose into something that wasn't his business!

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