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    Canon 1DX • 700mm • f/8 • 1/1600 • ISO 500 • handheld • manual

    This is one frame from a series from approach to finish from a few weeks ago. Hard to choose which one to post.

    Thanks for looking.

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    what a sweet image Tim, you guys are really lucky with all the mating action! looks like they are really this year?
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    Fantastic looking frame Tim. Love the pose of the incoming male and the blood on his vent feathers.
    Great details and colors too. See ya out there soon
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    Nice action. Love the light and colors. Happy shooting.

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    Excellent action Tim. I am envious of the angles you have out there. The cliffs we have here are great for getting the birds perched but not so good for getting them in flight as often they are behind trees, or the just drop straight down and you can not get them. Pose, that blood and the colors are all great.

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    Super job and placement of birds in your image Tim, love the focused birds and also that we can see their eyes so clearly. Top notch, way to go TFS.

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    Everything working together here with beautiful light and colors.

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    Both bird positioning is perfect, great timing Tim

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