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    What happened after the catch I posted the other day.
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    He certainly looks content now after that meal Great pose, sharp on the face. Looks like you caught the remnants mid air. TFS

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    As a doctor, I love those flying guts!
    Perfect HA. Excellent behavioral image.
    For my taste, I might take a bit off the top and left side (if you have enough pixels).
    Gail

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    Good shot, nice timing. Just looking at the eye, if you give a couple of clicks with the sharpen tool it really gives it a lift.

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    Some will love it. Some will hate it. I like it. Nice behavior. Framing is nice. Looks so much darker than the red tails on see here.

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