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    Default Great Egret With Mouthful Of Grass And Fish

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    I captured this image at Ft. Desoto County Park in Pinellas County, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.

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    Hello Joe, I love the bird's plumage and the water reflection on the body. I'm not a fan of ripple reflections. I think a crop eliminating the reflection of the head will look better. TFS.

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    Nice POV. Whites look good.
    Good, solid image.
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    Nice to see the bill open with all that vegetation and fish. Also like the rippled reflection. The blue and white go nicely together.

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    I'm OK with this rippled reflection Joe---makes for an interesting contrast to the nicely focused bird above. The shade of blue in this BG water makes a striking setting for such a bright subject and really makes the yellows of the bill pop.

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    I love the white on the blue, but the bird looks a bit soft to me. I agree with Juan about the rippled reflection.

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    Nice on all counts. I love the caustics. A bit too much salad and not enough fish?

    East Beach in the afternoon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Morris View Post
    Nice on all counts. I love the caustics. A bit too much salad and not enough fish?

    East Beach in the afternoon?

    with love, artie
    Hey Artie, nope... North Lagoon from the shore facing west.
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