Rahul Singh is a wildlife photographer who has captured some stunning images of various animals.
Elephants, deer, jackals, monkeys, and rhinos are just a few examples. Even though these photographs are rather lovely, the photographer’s true passion is photographing the various colorful birds that inhabit the city where he lives.
He was left in a state of awe at this point. To photograph sunbirds drinking nectar from these beautiful banana trees, I went to a location where there were several of them.
Nothing seemed unusual until I noticed the crimson sunbird bathing in the water contained within the banana flower petal.
It’s called a banana blossom, and the early morning drizzle accumulated water in one of its petals to make it seem like this.
Cooling down on a sweltering day was no problem for the little crimson sunbird, about 4 inches long. In the petal “bathtub” of nectar, the songbird cooled off.
In all his years of birdwatching, Rahul had never seen anything quite like this before.