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Fairy Feathers
2010-03-16

Feathers of a White Peacock at the Banneghatta Zoo, near Bangalore. It was an overcast day and the male had no hesitation in showing off his plumage. However, since these are inside enclosures with netting, there was no way I could get a full shot without the net getting in the way. This one is still shot through the net, but since DoF is quite less, this one has come out reasonably sharp.

Exposure details


Camera :   NIKON D40
Lens :   Nikon 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length :   200 mm
Shutter Speed :   1/60 sec
Aperture :   f 5.6
Exposure Mode :   Manual
Exposure Bias :   0.0
ISO Sensitivity :   200
Flash :   Not fired
Filters :   Hoya S-HMC UV Filter
Support :   Handheld
Cropped :   No
Image Quality :   RAW
Captured :   2009-06-06 12:59:37
Notes :   

Comments (19)


  • That is beautiful. I like your eye for detail.

    And each of the feathers look cloned.
    Sandeep @ 2010-03-16 17:58:34
  • wow!! love it!
    andreag @ 2010-03-19 14:13:08
  • simply superb
    P.M.S.Bhattathiripad @ 2010-03-20 08:06:54
  • what a perspective...i always thought about peacock feathers as the most colorful...you just showed me a new color..great
    krunal @ 2010-03-31 22:29:01
  • these pics are a treat to the eye..looking forward to more...kudos to your ability to appreciate such beauty!!
    vini @ 2010-04-26 21:24:17
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