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    Subject: Kori bustard (Ardeotis kori)
    Camera: Canon EOS R5
    Lens: RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM HH
    Exposure: 1/3200 at f/7.1 ISO800
    Original format: Landscape, Slight crop

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    Super timing the raised foot and the eye intently searching for insects. I am guessing this was Salisbury plain somewhere? Details and colours look very good indeed - a most impressive capture.

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    Cheers Jon.

    I am guessing this was Salisbury plain somewhere?
    LOL Jon, I have had some phenomenal 'access passes' over the years, but the thought of shooting here with the possibility of a Challenger 3 baring down on me doesn't really appeal. You are about 4500 miles out.

    The feather detail in the whites in the hi res tiff is outstanding. Let me know if you ever plan to go down to Salisbury, but I'll skip the Cathedral for obvious reasons.

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    Very nice Steve. Perfect detail on the bird and a lovely POV. The raised leg adds. Lovely colours throughout. It was Chieftain tanks when I done my time in the army

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    Hi Will, greeting from SA currently…

    Thanks for the kind words and nice to see you posting again. Chieftain OMG, next it will be the Scout Cars and the Wasp helo, that how far I go back…
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