Ashy-crowned sparrow-lark (M)
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|The ashy-crowned sparrow-lark (Eremopterix griseus) is a small sparrow-sized member of the lark family. It is found in the plains in open land with bare ground, grass and scrub across South Asia. The males are well marked with a contrasting black-and-white face pattern, while females are sandy brown, looking similar to a female sparrow. Males are easily detected during the breeding season by the long descending whistle that accompanies their undulating and dive-bombing flight displays.|
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Background helps a lot to stands out a picture. Here like less distracted, almost out of focus background.
Spot on focus and definition in this sparrow-lark's head and white feathers - as usual, little birds are hard to capture with equal definition throughout with such a long focus lens so the lower chest is a but blurry. is that a monkey behind? it
- [2019-11-14 11:42]
Hi Biswarup,impressive macro of this small sparrow,i like the perspective and the fine details too,well done. Have a nice day and thanks,luciano