That backward glance
White-browed Wagtail (Scientific name: Motacilla maderaspatensis) “is a resident breeder in India and is endemic to the Indian subcontinent. It is found south of the Himalayas, east of the Indus system and to the west of Bangladesh. It is rare in the higher altitude regions but has been seen in Ladakh on the edge of the Tibetan plateau.” (Wiki). Clicked at Wayanad in Dec/2013.