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    BPN Member sasan nejadi's Avatar
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    Default Gull-billed tern

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    This action is fantastic, Sasan. The thin plane of focus really isolates the subject, and the bug tells an incredible story; no other North American terns hunts over agricultural fields as does this species.

    All that said, the IQ isn't up to your usual high standards. The detail is a smoothed out on the bird and plant, the head is underexposed (as might me expected in this pose), and there is a thin
    processing halo around the beak, perhaps from extra sharpening. The image thus appears very painterly. That's not a bad thing as it is really pretty regardless.

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