Little Cormorant, by Saniar Rahman Rahul

Taken at Muhuri Dam, a scenic spot near the estuary of the Bay of Bengal, this little cormorant is a member of the cormorant family of seabirds. It is slightly smaller than the Indian cormorant. You can find their entire body is black in the breeding season, but the plumage is brownish, and the throat has a small whitish patch in the non-breeding season. They breed gregariously in trees, often joining other waterbirds at heronries.

Little Cormorant, by Saniar Rahman Rahul

Canon EOS 350D | Exposure 1/500sec @ f/7.1 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 400mm
Little Cormorant, by Saniar Rahman Rahul

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | January 21
Award Score: 67.5 (Value 13, Clarity 12, Composition 18, Style 12.5, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Wildlife Photography
Photograph Location: Muhuri Dam, Feni, Chittagong Division, Bangladesh

Photographer: Saniar Rahman Rahul (Dhaka, Bangladesh) Registered
Saniar Rahman Rahul was the first winner for ‘Photo of the Month Award’ in June 2010. He was fascinated by seeing his father taking pictures with a camera while his family was in Iraq during his childhood. Later in life, in 1997, while he became very much attached with his profession of ‘graphic design’, Rahul rediscovered the creative side of photography. He started his career as a professional graphic designer in October of 1995, in a pre-press house called Color Scan, which is one of the pioneers in the pre-process printing media in Bangladesh. Afterwards, he moved to Power Point, another pre-press house. Before he finally settled into advertising, he also worked in an IT company called Abtab IT. Moving to advertising from printing media was a big step for him. In 2005, he joined G3, a special wing of Gray Worldwide. Two years later, he moved to Paper Rhyme. Now he is working as the Art Director of Grey World Wide, one of the ten largest advertising agencies in the world.

Portfolio: http://www.flickr.com/photos/srrahul/
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