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    Ibis enjoying his green salad, from a local park

    shot with Sony A9 II and 200-600 f/6,3 + TC 1.4X. 400mm f/8 1/3200 sec ISO-2000. hand held. processed with C1P

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    Love the framing and colors. Is this a glossy? TFS

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    Love the duck weed bill...

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    Great title, and I like the inquisitive eye contact. Also like bits of salad on the beak and legs. Looks as if there is a small masking remnant in the lower back of the neck.


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    Love all the duck weed on the water and the bill.Perfect framing. The faint shadow is nice. Framing dead on.

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    I like this alot Arash well done. I had some opportunities like this with other waders and coots this past summer,but not this clean. I believe this to be a White-faced-Ibis because of the red eye. Background is superb along with the vegetation on the bill.
    Lighting was good for showing the iridescence.In my neck of the woods these guys are very skittish and sound an alarm call as all leave. TFS

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    Look at you shooting waders! The green and chestnut here are really nice. Details excellent, and the stuff on the bill is a nice touch.

    This is a White-faced Ibis because of the pink eye. Glossy is very, very rare in CA. There has been a group of White-faced hanging out in Mountain View for about a week. The are usually more inland. There are uncommon anywhere on the peninsula.

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    Good details, and I love the bits of duckweed stuck on the bill. It's amazing that herons can catch fish in there. Superb details as usual. There is a faint "texture-less" area above your signature that you could clone in some duckweed texture back in. Apart from that, two thumbs up!

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    thanks all, I am too lazy to fix the masking error :D

    thanks for the ID guys the image is from SoCal.
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    This is excellent, the details and bill is really nice....
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