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    great hunter and The famous farm of ice


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    Wow this is nice! Love the low angle, wing spread and ice! Lovely colour palette too.

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    The surroundings are very unique. I remember you posting similar icy conditions, is this from the same time or is this something that happens from time-to-time over there? What are the raptors attracted by? The wing looks nice and full - a bit of motion blur on the primaries, but still not bad. The face seems like it could use a bit more fine detail, but all in all very appealing frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Cadieux View Post
    The surroundings are very unique. I remember you posting similar icy conditions, is this from the same time or is this something that happens from time-to-time over there? What are the raptors attracted by? The wing looks nice and full - a bit of motion blur on the primaries, but still not bad. The face seems like it could use a bit more fine detail, but all in all very appealing frame.
    Hi Daniel ' This farm is the same as the previous farm and the raptors are attracted by vole, the vole feel suffocated by the water splashing in the cold and freezing season and come to the surface and are eaten.

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    Unique for sure! Great look at the face. Has the bird broken though the ice???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Morris View Post
    Unique for sure! Great look at the face. Has the bird broken though the ice???

    Keep them coming.

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    thanks for your comment ' I think because of the severity of the attack and the wind, his face has become like this! This is one frame after this photo

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