Black-hooded Oriole, by Masudur Rahman

This photograph of Black-hooded Oriole was taken in one fine winter morning of 2013, at Mohora, Chittagong, which is very near to the river Karnaphuli. With a marvelous color combination, yellow and black, this is one of the most beautiful birds of Bangladesh, locally known as “Kalo Matha Bene Bao” or “Hulud Pakhi”.

Black-hooded Oriole, by Masudur Rahman

Nikkon D7000 with AF 80-400mm | Exposure 1/800Sec @ F/9 | ISO 400 | Focal Length 400mm
Black-hooded Oriole, by Masudur Rahman

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | February 12
Award Score: 65 (Value 13, Clarity 12, Composition 16, Style 12, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Wildlife Photography
Photograph Location: Mohora, Chittagong | Bangladesh

Photographer: Masudur Rahman (Chittagong, Bangladesh) Registered
Photography is a passion of Masudur Rahman Mamoon, which he started back in 1998. Initiated with portrait photography using a film camera, Mamoon was unable to give time, due to his work in RMG sector. In 2007, when he had started his own business, he managed to give more time, especially in wildlife photography. Mamoon was born on 15th October, 1967, and completed his post-graduation in Marketing from Chittagong University. He believes that photography can give freedom of expression and can bring positive changes into our lives and society. He loves wildlife photography, especially bird photography, for which he traveled many places across the country. He is one of the members of Chittagong Bird Club (C.B.C). His bird photographs and writings publish in local newspaper weekly.

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