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    Wilson's plover behind some sea purslane about half an hour before sunset. Image adjustments in Lightroom. Hand held, medium sized crop.

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    John, nice angle, light and details, to bad the feet are obscured. I've only seen this bird once in my area (So. CA)

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    This is lovely.
    Great light and I like the horizontal lines created by the green vegetation.
    I also like, that with a bit more looking, one sees the raised foot.
    I would clone out the bits in the BG above the plover.
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    very nice low angle and light, wish we could see the feet too

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    I agree with the wishing of seeing the feet better and of eliminating the spots above the plover, but I love the low angle and the line of vegetation.

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    Beautiful light, John. I am thinking a slice of the top would look really good on this too!

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