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    Captured this image in the late afternoon, of a female Snail Kite while on recent trip to Florida. C&C welcome.

    D500, Sigma 150-600mm C @ 370mm, 1/3200s, f 6.3, ISO 1000, Gitzo, Wimberley Gimbal head.


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    Love the light, the under side view with head turn, details and colors on bird and sky is killer as well Congrats. TFS

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    Very nice Geoffrey....Nice feather detail and colours. I like your chosen crop and the BG shows the bird well.

    Will

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    Way to go Geoffrey, you did very well. Wonderful wing position, and tail spread. They are such a beautiful bird.

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    I think you could sharpen a tad more, but a nice pose and nice light.
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    Sweet light. Like the pose and the look on the bird. The darker background is nice as well.

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    Thanks everyone. This is a lifer for me, and thank you Joe for suggesting this location.

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