Not exactly a park. Just a patch of forest land that is soon going to go the way of the dodo bird. So thought before it disappear forever, to go down there and try to take a shot at the birds that abound there. And I wasn’t disappeared. Could hear many different type of bird call. But Uncle’s eyes not so good and has to rely on friends and other photographers who were there to spot them.
One thing I long realised is that a 70-200 lens is not enough to take photos of little birds perched high up in the trees or far away. So while other photographers with the tokong lens captured beautiful close up, all I managed to do was get many blur blur shots of little birds. Fortunately, some cropping helped and I didn’t go away empty handed though the quality could be better. Oh well….
|White Throated Kingfisher|
|Spotted Flycatcher, I think|
|Rusty Breasted Cuckoo|
|Hodgson’s Hawk Cuckoo|