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Himalayas - 469
Himalayas - 469

Liked the
setting ...
... and
sense of
achievement ...
... in
Jay's demeanour

Two ...
Coveted goals
... Of
Living a life
Through ...
Beaten paradigm


Black-headed Jay
Garrulous lanceolatus

Dalhousie Hill Station
Alt. 7000 ft.
Himachal Pradesh
Western Himalayas
30 June 2014
Himalayan Hill slopes and forest, Alt. 7000 ft.
Dalhousie Hill Station, Alt. 7000 ft., Himachal Pradesh, India
Date taken
Scientific name
Garrulus lanceolatus
A very well detailed study of this handsome jay, Alok.
Aptly named and a beautiful closeup of this Jay Alok! Guess it's on its way to feed the kids.
superb photo, Alok, the colours and patterns, particularly on its tail are fabulous, awesome work, many tfs!!!
best wishes, JJ
Staff member
A cracker of a detailed close up, pose, setting and lighting Alok, lovely job and many tfs.
A wonderful well timed and colourfully taken close up you have of this Jay Alok, well done.
Staff member
Opus Editor
They're really rather handsome, aren't they Alok.

You've timed that picture so well my friend. Excellent work... thanks lad.

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