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    Default Bar-tailed Godwit and the looming demise of the sand flea

    I am curious what folks think about this. It's a very heavy crop (I've included the full frame for reference), but I am digging it as it is very different from what we usually see.

    It's the same California vagrant I showed on the blue water the other day.

    Canon 600mm f/4 IS II + 1.4x III on EOS 1DX2
    1/2500 at f/5.5, ISO 800
    *** I cloned out the end of the toes in the tighter headshot crop

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    Full frame, for reference.....

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    Looks good Dorian. I like it showing the interaction with the prey. Seeing some noise in the background but not bad. TFS

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    I like them both Dorian. The cropped one looks really nice with good details on my iPhone 7.


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    Beautiful Image. I like both images.. I wont change anything.

    Did you clone any elements are is the beach so clean ?

    TFS

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    Very nice overall. The image quality held up nicely to the large crop. The detail is there and is sharpness.

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    Looks great, love the close up details. I like to see the colors a bit warmer love the low angle BTW

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    I love this!
    Great details- right down to the grains of sand on the bill.
    Excellent choice of composition and IQ had held up perfectly.
    No nits from me!
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    Love it.....Its soooo 'saying something' Nice colours throughout ..Fits well

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    Amazing image, think the crop captures the story.
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