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    Another Osprey frame from my local nest... Chicks just born...
    D500, 500mm (300 w 1.7), f5, 1/3200, iso900
    PP in Capture, Affinity photo.
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    Dan Kearl

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    The pose is nice, also like the stick.

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    Like it. Looks like he's rowing a boat! :)

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    Dan:

    Nicely exposed, soft, complimentary background, stick, wing and tail working the diagonals of the frame, all good.

    The head could be a few degrees more towards us.

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    Tis one made me wonder where the rest of the perch was... I like the behavior (building the nest), but I wish the bird was looking a tad bit more our way. Still nicely done!

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    The stick is great, the image is sharp, the head is turned away from us, and the WHITEs look very bright as presented.

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    ps: and the eye looks very funky ...
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    Thanks Art, I agree on head angle, whites are pretty good I think and the osprey eye is exactly how it is, bloodshot like a lot
    of Ospreys if you image many. It is sharp as a tack.
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