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    Captured this image on recent trip to the Bosque del Apache, early morning. Might be a couple of Ross's Geese to the far right. C&C welcome.

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    Great depth of field showing the environment, like the letterbox comp as well.
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    I generally do not prefer birds intersecting one another or with another elements.

    I like the idea and execution behind the image.

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    The merges are fine for thew most part here, except for the third bird from the left with the hidden face. The rest of the flock formation is OK to me. Looks like the image is suffering from some sort of compression issue? I'm thinking the last bird at right is a Ross too.

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    The last two on the right are Ross's for sure. I doo not care for all the merges nor do I like the position of the flock against the Chupaderas.

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    Thanks everyone.

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