Air kissing: Parakeets give each other a peek at the bait in the air
- The parakeets were photographed in mid-air in Gurdaspur, Punjab, Northern India
- The male and female duo can be seen brushed together before colliding
- At & # 39; the end of them & # 39; lovers tiff & # 39; plant the couple a cock on each other & # 39; s cups
A few parakeets have been photographed that give each other a peek at the bait.
The image, taken from a series of dramatic photos by photographer Vishesh Kamboj, 37, was shot in Gurdaspur, Punjab, India.
The male and female parakeets can be seen square to each other before they collide in the air, but their quarrel ends with a peek at & # 39; e bek.
According to the photographer, the male and female parakeets were sitting on a branch & # 39; looking quite happy & # 39; before a flight broke out between them.
Pictured: The parakeets pick one another up after a passionate confrontation in Punjab, India
Image: The parakeets square against each other in Punjab, India. The images were captured by photographer Vishesh Kamboi, 37, who saw the birds at his home
Image: The parakeets collide mid-air in Punjab, India. The male and female parakeet can be seen brushing and swirling past each other before flying around and pecking each other on the beak
One of & # 39; s parakeets swoops in & # 39; e air in Punjab, India, in what the photographer a & # 39; lover & # 39; s tiff & # 39; mentioned
& # 39; Then they suddenly flew into the air, & # 39; said Vishesh.
& # 39; Even though I was at some distance from where the action was going, I did not hesitate and tried to start cutting fast.
& # 39; The fight may have been because of a dispute over food, territory or perhaps a matter of mating. & # 39;
Image: The parakeets collide mid-air in Punjab, India. Vishesh said the parakeets & # 39; sitting on a branch looked quite happy & # 39; before the fight
Pictured: The parakeets collide in & # 39; air in Punjab, India, in what could have been a & # 39; dispute over food, territory as a problem with mating & # 39 ;, according to the photographer
Image: Parakeets square to one another in mid-air in Gurdaspur, Punjab, India
Vishesh added that fixing & # 39; e tiff one of & # 39; e highlights were from his time in lockdown during the coronavirus epidemic so far.
He said, & # 39; In the beginning, I felt frustrated about being home and not going out and photographing birds.
& # 39; But, if there had been no lockdown, I might not have been able to have this unique image so close to home. & # 39;