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    Default Another Plum Island Sanderling

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    Probably from the same spot on Sandy Beach as Ilija's posting yesterday. Not the ordinary image of a Sanderling. I usually see them scurrying around at the water's edge, but caught this one standing in a pile of seaweed. Cloned out another oof bird in the water beyond. C&C appreciated.

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    Like the color combination here, makes the bird pop of the screen. Nice shot. Gary.

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    I like the comp and soft lighting. Well done with the cloning. An appealing image overall. :)

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    I like the included seaweed, especially the seaweed in front with is fairly well focused.

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    Nice light on the bird to make it stand out nicely like this from the bg.

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