Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Swallow fun!

I had some fun observing these swallows fighting for the best place to sit!

Saturday, June 15, 2013

How to get a lot of flickr comments in a short time?!

Collared Bush-Robin (female)

I post a lot of pictures on flickr. Flickr can help you to get followers very easlily!

You just have to post your pictures in flickr groups to get noticed!

I do a lot of bird photography, but the groups I am going to list are are not nature specific!

You can add any kind of picture!

Most of the group have follow-up groups; if you got enough comments you can proceed to the next level!
Sometimes I get 400-500 comments in 2 days!

So, I will post some of my favorite groups! There are a lot of flickr groups, but those groups work best for me!

The Look and follow-up groups

Red Level 1 and follow-up groups 

Photography for Recreation and follow-up groups

The Galaxy

Remember that moment and follow-up groups

Super Six and follow-up groups

Music to my eyes and follow-up groups

My gear and me  and follow-up groups

Nice as it gets and follow-up groups

Beautiful earth  and follow-up groups

Have fun

and visit me @ FLICKR

Monday, June 10, 2013

The Black-browed Barbet or Müller's Barbet (Megalaima oorti) is a bird belonging to the Asian barbet family, Megalaimidae.

It is 20-23.5 cm long. The plumage is mostly green apart from the head which is patterned with blue, yellow and red. There is a black stripe above the eye. The bill is black and the feet are grey-green. The Chinese name for the bird, "five-colored bird" (五色鳥) refers to the five colors seen on its plumage. Because of its colorful plumage and that its call resembles that of a percussion instrument known as a wooden fish, the species is also referred to as the "spotted monk of the forest" in Taiwan.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Brilliant sky

I got this swallow yesterday morning, the sky was just brilliant!

And I also got a shot at my "nemesis"!
The Black-naped Monarch or Black-naped Blue Flycatcher (Hypothymis azurea) is a slim and agile passerine bird belonging to the family of monarch flycatchers. They are sexually dimorphic with males having a distinctive black patch on the back of the head and a narrow black half collar ("necklace") while the female is duller and lacks the black markings. They have a call that is similar to that of the Asian Paradise Flycatcher and in tropical forest habitats pairs may join mixed-species foraging flocks. Populations differ slightly in plumage colour and sizes.