Photographer Captured A Tiny Bird Using A Flower Petal As Its Bathtub!


This little fella is just chilling 💚

Absolutely gorgeous!!! Fantastic picture of that beautiful bird.
SO AWRSOME, love this picture ❤️❤️

Even though life is rather monotonous at times, once in a while we come across significant once-in-a-lifetime moments. Rahul was also lucky enough to witness one such rare incident and he even managed to capture this moment. Rahul Singh is a wildlife photographer with great talent. He has been able to capture so many mesmerizing photographs of various animal species.

One day he decided to visit a place that consisted of bushes of ornamental bananas. His hope was to photograph sunbirds sucking nectar from banana flowers.

Amazing photos and beautiful colors!

Everything seemed rather normal until a crimson sunbird began having a bath in the water stored inside a banana flower petal. The banana flower is a red petaled flower. The water that had collected on one of its petals was due to an early morning drizzle.

How beautiful, and refreshing!!

Since it was a warm day, the 4-inch long crimson sunbird decided to have a bath in order to cool down. This was all after it filled its belly with nectar. The coolness of the water and the filled-up stomach would have definitely allowed him to enjoy some relaxing time.

So adorable and cute 😍

Rahul share: He was glad that he was in the right place at the right time or capturing this breathtaking moment would have been impossible. This was really a once-in-a-lifetime moment. It’s amazing how nature can surprise us. If you have a closer look at his captures then you will surely understand why he feels this way.

Absolutely precious!🩷

Thank you for your endearing photograph of this tiny little bird!!
Don’t you just love nature 😍❤️😍

What a beautiful and wonderful gift from God. ☺️

H/t: Rahul Singh-Instagram (@rahulsinghclicks)


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