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    Default Peregrine

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    Canon 1DX • 700 mm • 1/2500 • f/8 • ISO 800 • handheld • manual

    This is one of the coastal peregrines from 2 years ago.

    Thanks for looking.

    -Tim

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    Perfect topside view and HA with killer sky as BG. You nailed this bullet... TFS

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    Perfect,I reckon.Same level. Eye light spot on and head turn as well. Shows us that you don't always have to have the wings up or down and the tail fanned to be beautiful. Even though cruising around ,looks lethal.Thanks.

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    Sharp, and it looks like a dart!

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    Looks like you caught this one in or going into a dive Tim--great reactions on such a speedster target. I really like the predominant impact of the eye, with it's yellow trim, on this one.

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    Looks like this one is cooking along. Very sharp. Love the shape the bird makes as well.

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