Sunday, February 12, 2012

Camera critters

A bar tailed Godwit in the Sewri mudflats.

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37 comments:

  1. Beautiful bird and a marvelous capture as always!

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  2. My, what a long bill. I would imagine it makes it easier to get the goodies in the mud. Great shot!

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  3. such a beautiful bird and great find for Camera Critters.

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  4. better than a half-wit!


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  5. Beautiful capture .Reminds me of Panchtantra tale of crane and the fox ,where fox fools crane at dinner and the next day the crane sets the score right .

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  6. Such a lovely name for an elegant bird. Good picture.

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  7. Great pic. The Sewri-age he is nibbling at will not be a healthy diet!

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  8. Look at that beak. If I had a beak like that I could take a peak at the underworld. :-)

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  9. Beautiful shot. I have been trying to differentiate between these crane like water birds.

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  10. nice one buddy..can u pls guide me how to access these mudflats?

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    1. Click on http://bit.ly/zX4mjj for directions to get there

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  11. Cool birds, they have such long bills. Wonderful photo, thanks for sharing your critter.

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    1. Thank you Eileen. Pleasure to share.

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  12. What a very long bill he has Deepak, I hope he's finding something interesting to eat in the mud there!

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  13. Hi Magic! It’s already deep into the New Year and into the crisis, but hope is the last thing to fade... We’ll survive!

    Auperb shot!!

    Blogtrotter Two is visiting a place you probably wouldn’t suspect... ;). Enjoy and have a great week ahead!!!

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  14. Beautiful critter capture.

    Our Family Pets, hope you'd come and see.

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  15. Great as always Magiceye!!!
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  16. Very nice capture.

    Regards and best wishes

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  17. It's a lovely capture! I love nature photography. Looks like you really do have the magic eye :D haha...thanks for being my 100th follower! :)

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