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    Australian Bustard doing it's display. From what I observed this is close to full display, with the neck feathers held up to the bill and the tail to the back of the neck. Chest feathers also at full puff.
    Canon @1200mm, 1/2500, f8, ISO640.
    Maryfarms, QLD.

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    NIce work, Greg. I like the image a lot. Beautiful bird, nicely shown, complimentary background. Thank you for sharing.
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    Hi Greg, love the puffed up and calling pose. The BG is sweet and the colours very nice.

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    He he, Seinfeld would be proud. I could see more warmth to the WB, and I would clone out the black band along the top edge. Other than that, well done on a beautiful image with a fantastic behaviour pose.

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    Definitely a WOW shot Greg. Love the tones. On my screen it could do with a touch of brightness.

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    Greg that looks tickety boo to me. If the darkest plumage could be lifted a fraction that might help but that is a minor consideration. I suppose in a perfect world you would get one with the legs showing but that looks terrific - well done.

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    Neat bird with a neat pose. Like the out of focus foreground and the background. Nice light and sharpness.

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