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    Default BHG on ICE 2

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    Same as my previous image, a Black Headed Gull(winter plumage)...This is another bird coming in to land on the ice covered loch....HH..about 50% crop..ACR and PS2021.

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    Even better Will, this is a real corker! The feet on the ice are fascinating me - what a good view we have, the outstretched wings aren't too shabby either - great job.

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    Hi Will. Stunning! My only nitpic is that (for me) it's a bit tight in the frame.

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    Hi William, wonderful, looks like a hologram!

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    All has been said and agree completely. A corker indeed... TFS

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    Ooh, very nice! Great wing positions...and although faint, to me the whitish reflection on the ice is a very important element to the image. Very good IQ here!

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    Thanks for the comments guys....I'm always on the lookout for something different...

    Will

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    Different, sublime, and surreal. In a perfect world it would have been looking right down the lens barrel. I'd love to see a version with twice as much space above the wingtips ...

    IAC, this one is superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Morris View Post
    Different, sublime, and surreal. In a perfect world it would have been looking right down the lens barrel. I'd love to see a version with twice as much space above the wingtips ...

    IAC, this one is superb.

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    Thanks Artie......much appreciated

    Will

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