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    Default Male falcon

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    Another image of the PF from SoCal. Hope it's not too boring


    shot with the A1 and 200-600 f/6.3 ISO-2000 1/2000 sec. handheld. processed with C1P. A hint of hid crop (dove) is visible.
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    Not at all bored another fine image. A super pose and and of course focus spot on.

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    Terrific shot again- what was it carrying?

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    These are never boring to view! Lovely flight pose. I like seeing the top side of these birds. Also wondering what was in the talons?

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    According to Arash's description, this is presumably remains of a dove in the talons (and the rest in the engorged crop). Another fine image of this species...your PF portfolio is loaded with great stuff!

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    Yes to boring if another perfect flight shot of a peregrine with a full crop is boring ... Not for me ...

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    Very nice as always. Looks like a painting.

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    Great dorsal view. Love that flaired out tail.

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    Yeah, Arash. I look at this and the first thing that comes to my mind is; BORING! lol ... all the usual - great POV and details. Don't you dare head down south again without texting me first! :)

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    Sweet as the rest Arash....

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