Monday, August 24, 2009

Eyebrowed Jungle-Flycatcher (Rhinomyias Gularis): At Last?

I'm still not over the Eyebrowed Jungle-Flycatcher I guess. I was very determined to capture the true colors of the beautiful flycatcher which I failed on my previous attempts.

Easier said than done, simply because they spend most of their time low in the dark undergrowth.

The reddish brown of the flycatcher, more often than not will appear as plain dark brown in photos thanks to their behavior. I have to remind tho, getting their photo is one thing, finding them is another thing!

Every chance has to be treated with utmost care. An opportunity doesn't come often... I bag these, enjoy;-

At Last?...I don't think so...not yet.


Jason Bugay Reyes a.k.a horukuru said...

Lovely shot bro !

Murphy said...

Congrat on the perfect shot (also money shot)! :-)

Jordan Sitorus said...

Thanks guys...

Murphy, thats far from perfect...thats why shooting this flycatcher is so addictive..

I'll keep trying...just stay tuned!

Thanks again guys!

borneoavifauna said...

Nice and sharp picture bro. I think this is the best picture of this flycatcher so far.Congrats