ORIENTAL WHITE-EYE ~48/100~
These are identified by the white ring around the eye, giving them the name. The white-eye is a very small bird. The adult is usually upto 10cms long only, head to tail. These are resident birds, i.e they do not migrate. Commonly found in small groups eating insects or feeding on nectar.
The group this individual was part of were foraging on the flowers seen in this picture. It is easy to find them around any flowering tree in groups. Also wherever you see these birds, you can also see sunbirds in the same habitat. They can even be observed feeding on the same branch together.
This is a high-key image - meaning the background is overexposed. Sometimes when you have to expose the subject, the bright sky in the background will pop. When doing wildlife photography, always go for spot metering with comp set to +1/3 or +2/3. Always helps getting the subject in proper exposure. Tiny birds like this take lots of time to get a decent image of, if you can't get too close. Thus the shutter needs to be high enough to get minimal blur from shakiness.