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    Baited. This image was created at the infamous wall of shame on Oakley St. in Cambridge, Maryland on 2/8/20 at 3:49PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Small crop.

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    Canon 500 f/4 IS USM
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    Beautiful detail you captured here....Love the eye and HA. Water droplets add, and the BG colours look good.

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    John:

    Agree with Will, very nice re: details, that killer eye, drops and background. Canvas backs are such distinctive ducks.

    Well captured. Perhaps a bit looser crop if you have it.

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    Solid portrait with lots of details and great colours. I love that eye and the water drops! I do wish for a bit more room above (and both sides to retain the ratio). Nicely done.

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    Stunner!
    Beatiful light, head angle, droplets and details. No nits for me but i echo the wish for a slightly looser crop.

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    A tad tight in frame, but otherwise superb portrait of this handsome duck. Nailed the details

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