Pictures of love, kill and Live

It has been years of planing to have bird shot like these, start from growing a mango tree beside my house waiting for bird to build a nest on the tree.

Once I found a bird's nest with 3 eegs, I though I would get nices shot but there was a snake eaten all the eggs. I though that the mom must be very sorry about this.

The next year I sow another net with 2 eggs, that was a chance to have all this pictures. I built a high stage, higher than the bird's nest, have myself hidden as afraid of mom will run away then I will have to look after babies. I kept sitting about 8 hours a day for 7 days to get these bird shot.

The picture of love if mother do not feed this bird all babies will died, the same as human being, these picture will help you love your mother.

Killing to survive, I saw a mother hit the worm on the tree before feeding her children.

The picture of hospitality Once a hotel has his 15 years anniversary I presented one of this on print on size of 20X30 in luxury flame and titled "With the best hospitality you are" It seem to be the best present and long last.

Hope these pictures could tell you something.

I am sorry if my poor English annoy you.

Photo credits: Somyot Sutprattanatawin.

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Complexdesignpl

Stunning photos. Nice subject.

Sutprattana

Thank you very much to all your comments, I feel very worm welcome here in dreamstime. You are welcome any time to Thailand. Let me know.

Godfer

Really fantastic shots, Perfect. and there is nothing whatsoever annoying about your English. You express yourself very well.

Bimmergirl

I guess you have a lot of patience and you did well. The pictures are truly amazing. It is weird to find out how nature really is, isn't it. But I wish you luck on the next bird-sitting or watching however you want to call it!

Ellenboughn

You have what it takes to consistently get the shot: patience! Good job!

Madartists

These are some incredible shots. I love it that the 'family' is the entire focus without distractions around them, as if you could reach out and touch them. Note to those who don't now: Never handle baby birds or their nests as your scent can drive the mother away!

Maigi

8 hours a day for 7 days?!! That needs patience... But those are really great photos. Good story and good example!

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