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Bee Eater sequence

By alansnap  
While we were waiting for some tigers to appear from the bush I saw this pretty little bee-eater. I glimpsed away and when I looked back it had caught a dragon fly. I'll put up three versions so you can see the progress. you should be able to see that the dragon fly tail is moving despite having had its wigs knocked off.

Tags: India Wildlife and nature Ranthambhore National Park Green Bee Eater

Voters: rontear, saeidNL, annettep38 and 7 more


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Comments


rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
3 May 2012 11:25PM
Dispatching the prey, they are superb birds Alan.
Ron.

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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
3 May 2012 11:27PM
Excellent captures,well done,
saeid
rogerfry Plus
10 543 United Kingdom
14 May 2012 5:38PM
Great sequence of shots, with lovely light.

Roger.

(With reference to your comment on my bee-eaters, I would say your exposure on these is spot on).
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2012 9:45PM
Super shots; V3 especially.
Ju
DonMc 8 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2013 12:12PM
Brilliant set Alan!
Don

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