Double Trouble, by Tamal Debnath

One fine morning I went to a nearby pond for photographing my most favorite bird, Common Kingfisher. I made a hiding place near the place, where it frequently come and catch small fishes. After waiting for an hour and half, I got the perfect moment, clicked that Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) with two fishes within its beak. But it was unpredictably to see that the bird ate one, and put down the other, as it felt inconvenience to it. That is why I entitled it as Double Trouble.

Double Trouble, by Tamal Debnath

Nikon D3100 | ISO 200 | Focal length 155mm | Exposure 1/500sec @ f/8
Double Trouble, by Tamal Debnath

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | June 03
Award Score: 69 (Value 12.5, Clarity 12.5, Composition 16.5, Style 13.5, Skill 14)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Wildlife Photography
Photograph Location: Coochbehar, West Bengal | India

Photographer: Tamal Debnath (Cooch behar, West bengal, India) Registered
Tamal Debnath is a School Teacher in English Language. He is 28, and an amateur photographer. He has a deep love for photography. Though he started photography in 2008 with Nikon D40, he always try to learn by observing others’ works. To him, each and every day his camera teaches him new lessons. His camera is his best companion and he believes it will be for ever.

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