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Lakshmi Sridharan

San Jose, CA, United States


Season after season Tree swallows raise their babies up in the vent, on the outer wall, several feet above the ground. With ruptured tendons in my legs I cannot climb a ladder. I take photos in morning, mid day and the evenings. Tree swallows are the swiftest birds I have ever seen. I take photos With my camera with telephoto lens mounted on a tripod. Devout parents take turn to incubate and feed. Look at the hungry babies with wide open mouths and the parent feeding.


Feeding Time


Feeding The Hungry

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