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    Male Bufflehead
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    Spectacular looks at those colors. A bit more room above would not hurt.

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    Yes Dan Great colors,and agree with Artie a little tight on top.Bill may be a little soft. But with those colors pulling your eye barely noticeable.Love the color and detail on the breast almost a silver or pearl sheen.

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    All of the above Dan, lovely, just need more canvas above!

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    Super detail and HA, I would tone down the blue a bit on the water, more room above already noted.
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    Love the colors that are coming through on that head. Nice low angle.

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