|Copyright: Medina Baran (Medina) (117)|
|Date Taken: 2011-06-04|
|Exposure: f/8, 1/1000 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-06-18 12:57|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is an unusual bunting because the sexes appear similar in plumage, although the males are approximately 20% larger than females. This large bulky bunting is 16-19cm long, has male and female plumages similar, and lacks the showy male colours, especially on the head, common in the genus Emberiza. Both sexes look something like larks, with streaked grey-brown above, and whitish underparts.|
The song of the male is a repetitive metallic sound, usually likened to jangling keys, which is given from a low bush, fence post or telephone wires.
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- [2011-06-18 13:07]
This is a nice photo of a Corn Bunting, miliaria calandra. Beautiful light and natural colours. Good sharpness, details and an excellent blurred background and composition.
Brilliant capture Medina! So well recorded detail and superb colors! Love it!
Wow what a fabulous image of this fine bird (can,t help on ID sorry), superb sharpness with good details, love the point of view angle, strong composition and good camera skills well done,
Best regards Medina and have a nice weekend,
- [2011-06-18 14:55]
Bi Kurdī navź wī "Ēizēizonek" e.Bi latīnī "Miliaria calandra", bi inglīzī "Corn bunting" e...Te pirr xweş kişandiye ū birriye.
Excellent photo, great composition, perfect sharpness and beautiful natural colors.
This is very good picture for birds behavior.
It is song now :)
Very well photos.
Have a good day dear friend.