It was only half past six in the morning and the sun was already shining brightly. As Cynthia and I did our morning routine of walking around our condo grounds our hopes were high that we would encounter more birds than usual.
Unfortunately, our "bad luck" seems to have not ended yet. We did some birds - four species to be exact, but the only one who had been more cooperative in posing for us was the female Olive-backed Sunbird.
We got some documentary shots of the migrant Brown Shrike
and the ubiquitous Yellow-vented Bulbul.
Surprisingly, the ever present Eurasian Tree Sparrows were a bit skittish this time and we never got even one shot at them.
Despite all these, we always count our blessings. Just as the sun constantly rises in the east, so our passion for bird photography remains the same.