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    A Silver Bill from my recent trip to Karnataka, India. They are quiet skittish and always moving pecking at grain/food.
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    NNIce bird nicely done. Did you put out see or water for this one? Sharp with a fine image design. My only wish is that the bird's butt did not merge with the rock. SH and HA are perfect,

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    Thanks Artie, some seeds were put out for the birds but mainly for the fowls and francolins. This one showed up for the buffet. Appreciate your comments.

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    Really well done sharpness and Ha as mentioned. Love the colors and nice warmth and colors go well with the bird.Love it on the rock little something different.Enjoy all your posts. TFS

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    I do feel the bird is a touch low in the frame, but great subject, colours, light, IQ.

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    IQ is excellent, nice species, difficult crop...
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    Sanjeev, a very warm frame.

    Processing on the subject looks very good - sharp to the hilt. A little texture in the perch is good by me but that (granite) can become a little overwhelming against a smooth bkg with small subject so I appreciate some caution there.

    That said, comments above are worthwhile and I enjoyed this one. TFS!

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    Love everything about this....Nice IQ, nice colours and tones...I agree with Brian...The FG is a wee bit overwhelming for me.

    Will

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