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    Sedge Wren image from last August. I have a few similar images with a green backdrop, but this pose was the best despite blue background.
    It was selected for inclusion in the Dec 2023 issue of Missouri Conservationist magazine.
    Nikon Z9, 800/6.3 S
    f6.3, 1/1250s, iso800

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    Absolutely excellent.To me the blue background is fine there are enough competing colours enhancing the frame already.

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    The legs are fantastic! Love the singing pose as well. I think you could have dropped to f/9 (and ISO 1600) an preserved a bit more detail across the perch (and particularly on the right bit). But overall a really sweet image.

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    Wow, it's all about the pose. Just beautiful.

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    Doing the splits! Great image. I think there is a little posterization bottom right, otherwise the BG is fine because it is nicely graded.

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    Killer image with a stunning pose plus the calling .. as a superb bonus . What to ask for more ?

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    Great shot Jack! This shot showcases how energetic these little birds are!

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