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    Mourning Dove
    @Gothic Bridge Central Park NYC 10:20AM 03/12/2020
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    Solid frame of this dove. The background is killer. The perch is something you don't see everyday.

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    Tight in the frame for my personal tastes, but I love the "cooing" pose. The texture of the bridge railing almost looks like bark!

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    Love the details and all the colors. Best man made perch ever.... Yes to more on top. TFS

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    Thanks for taking a look. Exchanging ideas at this crazy time is a good way to stay sane. Wash your hands!..

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    David I think this is a beautiful image, for me it is a little high key, I have taken the liberty of making an alternative for your consideration WDYT?

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    Good look at an often-overlooked bird. The perch is far from ideal but strangely passable. You needed a bit more head turn to maximize engagement and a bit more DOF to capture more detail across the subject.

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    HI and thanks for your suggestion ...but here's the thing, I'm under self quarantine and don't have access to my production desktop monitor(BenQ). Your version and mine look almost identical on the old MacAir I'm using right now. But I appreciate the feed back.

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    Jonathan, I've gotten to see your version on a better monitor and I like what you did. Thanks for the input.

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