World Photography Day: A symphony of birds
On World Photography Day, glimpse at this collection of birds clicked by Dipesh Kaura, General Manager - South Asia at Kaspersky. This is part one of a series of photo essays clicked by avid photographers who have a day corporate job
Image by : Dipesh Kaura
The Oriental White Eye is small (about 8–9 cm long) with yellowish olive upper parts, a white eye ring, yellow throat and vent. The belly is whitish grey but may have yellow in some subspecies. The name “white-eye” comes from the white ring around the eye that makes it look a lot larger than it actually is. She is perched on a bunch of barren dead mushroom. The sunlight reflecting on the mushrooms deceptively illuminates it, giving it an almost metallic look and feel.
Shot at Ganeshgudi