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    Osprey comes my way with a rainbow trout.

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    looks good! love the water splash and the intense action with the fish! wish you had posted larger, it is a bit small on my 32" screen.

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    Agree with Arash, the water makes it Tim, but visually I feel I needs a slight CCW rotation and I might just crop out the brighter strip on the bottom trim. Taken at one of Loch Garten hide?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Kaluski View Post
    Taken at one of Loch Garten hide?
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    Yep, had 18 dives that morning 12 caught fish, it was crazy, recent trips have been very poor in comparison.
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    Superb action and timing Tim, love the fact you got him right down the barrel

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    Looking good Tim....I like your chosen crop. Nice details throughout the image. Would love to see this on large canvas.

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    Top capture, agree with need for a slight CCW rotation and a larger image. A close vertical crop just showing the fish and bird's body might be interesting.

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    Oh boy, that is fantastic action. Great looking fish too, and I love the trail of water swooshing off its' tail. The pano crop works well.

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    Now that is perfect timing. Love all that water and the fish of course.

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    Killer pose, action, and of course a great look at the first. The splash is awesome. Nice low angle too. TFS

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    Low angle, Crop and action works well

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