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Indian Robin

I am recuperating from the flu, and while I slowly get back to writing long, detailed posts, I shall be posting images from my latest trips.... considering the dearth of birds on my blog lately, here is one I see quite often, but havent managed many photos of... the Indian Robin



I clicked this one at Jaipur, where I had a lot of time to simply sit and look at birds... and photograph them, of course!!


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  1. Nice shot, Anu. Get well soon.

    http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in/2012/07/nh-17.html

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  2. Awww get well soon dear. We spoke today and you didn't tell me this. :(

    Take care.

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    1. Thanks Nisha! been sick almost the whole week.... just getting better. and we spoke for too short a time.... there were more interesting things to talk about :D

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  3. Take care Anu and get well soon.

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  4. Nicely captured...
    Get well soon..

    Hey...
    I have tagged you in a contest...
    Plz go through the link..

    http://locomente.blogspot.in/2012/07/tagged.html

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  5. Very beautiful picture Anu, I too love watching birds but am not this good in capturing them! Take good care, and get to blogging in full force soon! :)

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  6. Nice shot. And hey, get well soon, Anu ! Take care. :)

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  7. Brilliant shot anu!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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