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    Default Rain Sick....

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    Pacific Northwest 2017...
    Enough!

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    Dan I like images like this ,the bird looks fed up and wondering where it's next meal will come when this rain stops,not the best perch but the bird itself and the bg make up for it.Nice work.

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    Hi Dan, lovely Kestrel.. the raindrops add interest. The perch is what it is, been there done that. Thank you for sharing.
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    This is a fun image with a cool setting. Rain streaks are a nice touch and nice details. Could see a version with a bit more on the bottom if you have it. TFS

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    Great image of this lovely bird. Good head turn and feather detail. Like the rain drops. DOF just dropping off a little on the tail feathers but no big deal.

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    Hey Dan, long time! Not the best perch but the wet little Kestrel looks cool and it's nice that you caught a male too. Colors and details look good and I like the rain drops. Well done
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