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    Hi folks,
    An ODKF gets a meal for its young ones in Mangaon, Maharashtra, India. This was photographed in pouring rain and in natural settings. No hide. Perch is natural too. I used an umbrella to cover myself and the gear with rain cover to get this. Used Tripod and gimbal.
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    f/5.6
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    You did pretty well in the circumstances.The gecko is nearly as big as the bird. Did you think about taking a bit off the bottom?

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    Hi Sanjeev your patience paid well ... glad you had the umberlla

    Super cool image with the species of Skink ( not Gecko ) as prey in that beak , stunning what they are able to catch and even kill . Hope the youngster manage to swallow that large piece of food .
    Comp does work very well and the perch / posing is nice .
    As like the previous KF image i wish for a better IQ to be honest ... but without seeing the RAW it might be difficult to " judge " . Perch does look very smudgy on the low side .
    The subject and its colors are looking great .

    TFS Andreas

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    Andreas, thanks for the feedback. I will look into the IQ issue. Maybe the NR settings could be the culprit. I havre not done anything to the perch.

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