Saturday, June 24, 2006

Feathery wonders

(Canon S2IS f/3.5 at 1/250s focal length 72 mm)

(Canon S2IS f/3.5 at 1/1600s focal length 72 mm)

KingFisher
(Canon S2IS f/3.5 at 1/100s focal length 400 mm)


Heron
(Canon S2IS f/3.5 at 1/320s focal length 234 mm)

31 comments:

  1. Beautiful... I love the second shot with the reflection in the water...

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  2. d first one is and DEFINITELY IS a beauty ... ooh i am soo much in looorve wid her
    a magnificent birdie aint she?:)

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  3. @vish :
    These are from lal bagh

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  4. @vish:
    and bannerghatta of course! :)

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  5. the heron photograph is a beauty..
    if only u had a nikon digital slr............

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  6. hey, really cool pics! liked d first one n d one with the kingfisher.. :)
    one small Q, everytime i clik on d comments link on ur blog it not only opens another window with comments but the main page also goes to the comments page..! is there some setting u ve meddled with..?? :D

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  7. good stuff anoop!!! u seem to be an ardent photographer. keep it up!

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  8. @aparna:
    well the comments are meant to work that way..in a new window that is...however the main page is supposed to stay put! :)

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  9. Wonderful bird shots, Anoop!

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  10. oh.. ok! it doesnt tho! :)

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  11. Nice...BTW, whts the name of the first birdie? We were trying to remember the birds we know and man, we hardly knew or rather remembered any! Nice shots.

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  12. Yup.. I also want to know the name of the first one... it's a lovely picture.

    I only wish there was a bannerghatta in Delhi :)

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  13. Hey nice pics man.. :-)

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  14. You seem to have an eye for the wild life. Your shots really have life and I don't get to see that very often. It is a pleasure to visit your blog every time :)
    Cheers from sunny Bosnia and Herzegovina

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  15. eagle shot!awesome...the other day i was travelling from mangalore-bangalore and I saw this stork in the middle of the road and just behind a cat walking after it...wanted to give it a whack!i mean the cat!!

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  16. Maga Awesome, By the way I am returning to India for good. I have a S1 IS. Guess once I settle in a bit I did want to get my machine and come with you :). Guruji :P

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  17. @akshay:
    hey awesome news!! lets belt 'em :)

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  18. Dude ur photography rocks so does Canon S2!! i want to make some time for photography man...i really wanna do..BTW whr were these shot?

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  19. @suhas : these were taken in lal bagh and bannerghatta...u really shud take some time off to click a few...really rejuvenating feeling to go out n shoot...atleast for me :)

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  20. nice pics.......seriously u use ur s2is in the best way :)
    i mean the optical zoom .....
    keep on posting ....looking forward to more pics

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  21. no new pics?
    atleast raindrops ;)

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  22. Very nice series of birds Anoop. Excellent clarifty and DOF. Cheers!

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  23. Great snaps noop!

    its just amazing!!

    I dont know the names of the birds... the first one ? looks liek Eagle :-))

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  24. hey dude,
    neat pics..have u taken them urself?

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  25. @anand : :) of course!!!

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  26. Great photos. I love the big cats!

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  27. Lovely shot as usual. You do take your time to bring out some really nice pearls ;)

    I love the kingfisher best. Looking so regal.

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  29. the 2nd pic is so elegant!

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