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    A1- 200/600 at 600mm - 1/2500th - f6.3 - iso 5000- hh. I liked the fact that at 6.3 it was sharp right through to those lethal claws.

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    Spectacular, love the colours, great pose, the open bill really enhances the impact of the image.

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    Thanks Johnathon I darkened the B/G slightly .Some would do the opposite but I think it helps the image stand out.

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    Fabulous shot Ian.

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    These guys are always bonus! Good pose, nice BG. Bill does get a bit lost against the far wing, but still looks ok. The comp is a bit centered, taking some off the back would help IMO. Yes, those talons showing look good!

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    Ian, a splendid shot here. Really nice flight angle with a mottled bkg.

    As mentioned, the open beak/calling pose enhances the image greatly. IMO cropping down from the ULC could bring a little more to the viewer appearing to come down into the LRC more.

    Otherwise, a lot to like about this one, tfs!

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