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    Default Eurasian Oystercatcher

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    Captured this image on Flatey Island, Iceland in a small rocky cove little over a couple of weeks ago. C&C welcome.

    D500, Sigma 150-600mm C @ 600mm, 1/1600s, f 6.3, ISO 1600, Handheld.


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    Love the EXP, perch, details and overall composition. TFS

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    Like the rock perch and that background. Nice pose on the bird as well.

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    As soon as I saw the thumbnail I knew this was from Flatey.
    A really topnotch image.
    I love the color palette and the IQ and that BG is "to-die-for".
    I would do a bit more NR on the BG and would be tempted to clone out the tiny little droplets. I think they are too small to add much to the image.
    The BG vegetation is so nice that I would like to see the OC lower in the frame ( less rock and more veggies!),
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    Nice alert pose. Love the BG and the lichen. Gail makes a good point about more BG, less rock.

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    Thanks everyone. Gail I agree with a bit more NR on the background. I like the background also, and the craggy rock too. This is the top of the frame, but looks easy enough to add a bit more.

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