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    Default Northern shovler

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    Spent about an hour before sunset photographing ducks in a local shoreline, didn't see any of the exotic species but the common ones don't look bad when the sun is golden

    shot with my A9 II 600mm +2X TC (1200mm) f/8 1/3200 sec ISO-1600 hand held processed with C1P

    hope you like it
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    You gotta love those 1200mm BKGRs! And the duck and the wing position are both superb. And I love that he is angling toward you; thank the wind gods for that.

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    Looks great. Love the look the drake is giving you. Killer background and pose.

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    Very nice, could be a tad smaller in the frame... excellent eye contact you got.
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    I kinda wish for just a bit more room in front, but all else is just off-the-charts!

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    Absolutely spot on for me - razor sharp great pose and perfect light. Not a lot more I can add

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    thank you all, believe it or not this is close to a full frame shot with no room below
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    hi,

    I'm late for congratulations. I'm angry with myself very well.

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