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    Another one from the same morning as the Buff-breasted Sandpiper. The light could have been better but I chose to focus my attention on the buff-breasted as the sun went up. All comments welcome!

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    Thiis is a very wonderful image of a juvenile bird in pretty very plumage. Love the raised tail posture. The only negative are the dirty lores ... I am envious. I saw a juvenile reeve at Jamaica Bay WR in Queens, NY on September 25 1985. The same day, I saw a fresh juvenile Curlew Sandpiper. No pix of either :(

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    Hello Ivan, congrats on a very pretty lovely image. IQ is wonderful, POV, nice and sharp, and the sweet BG, all makes this a winner!

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    Simply beautiful image, Ivan. Wonderful low point of view with exceptional light, and fine detail. Love how the water dissolves into that great background.


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    Love the simplicity of the capture Ivan, well done.

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    Terrific in all respects.. great angle and color. Light looks nice to me...
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    We don't see this species posted too often, so this is a real treat! Nice low angle, good reflection, excellent BG speckled with pinks. Wish it was mine!

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    Not much more to add Ivan. The colors are outstanding, getting pink, greens and even a touch of blue in the water adds to a beautifully processed bird.

    Wonderful, TFS.

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    Beautiful colors. Well done.

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    love the soft color palette and the low angle

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    This is stupendous! Love, love the pinks in the BG, the species and the low POV,
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    The colors are great on this one. Love the reflection. Framing is dead on.

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