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    Nice Arash,love the dark background contrasts nicely with the bird. Perfect wing position and HA. TFS

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    Amazing flight shot... these guys are so small and fast..getting them in the viewfinder with a 600 is a trick!
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    I bet this was trickey to get. Small fast moving bird. Nice light,pose and background.

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    This is sweet, and I am envious as I have not yet managed a good frame of this little bird. The bird just jumps off that darker background. I think I was actually with you on the day you got this!

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    Pretty amazing. Not just to catch one of these little speedsters in flight, but to get a frame with good wing position, HA, background and light. Well done indeed.

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