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    I spent around 20 minutes taking multiple photos of this young Wagtail as it perched nicely in front of me. I managed to snap this one after waiting for something interesting to happen, so happy to get this "wings out" shot.
    7Dii, 100-400@340mm, 1/500th sec, f8, iso800, HH. Feedback appreciated as always.

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    Quite the cutie. Nicely done given the cross light, love the wings up and the earnest face. Sharp where it needs to be. Smooth BG.

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    Love the pose here. Sharpness is great. Nice direct look from this wagtail. Maybe a hair more room below. What a name for a bird. Very cool.

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    Great shot Paul! I like the blurred wings and the BG. There's a pink cast to the image though - easy fix. Nicely done!

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    Thank you all for the kind feedback.
    Aditya: no pink c/cast on my monitor.

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