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Old Nov 6, 2013, 3:01 PM   #11
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.....all three, the second stands out as best IMO when shown with the others. Shown only as a 1-hit image then I agree the top image of the three, here, would be my choice.

Actually the 3-series is (top down) reversed isn't it?
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Old Nov 6, 2013, 4:13 PM   #12
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Those are all amazing shots Steven!!
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The second shot is great, I think I like it better than the 1st one.
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Thank you Marcello. On shot #2, I was having a hard time deciding if I liked the open beak or not, and I liked the full display of the wing downbeat in shot #1. Anyway, here is shot #2 again in the larger size:


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.....all three, the second stands out as best IMO when shown with the others. Shown only as a 1-hit image then I agree the top image of the three, here, would be my choice.

Actually the 3-series is (top down) reversed isn't it?
Thanks bob. No, not reversed. If you look closely, shot #1 is closest to me, while #2 and #3 are receding away from me.

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....oh heck, I mistook the water hi-lite at the birds feet as water spray, it would indicate 'takeoff'. I recently did an egret lifting off and had that image in my thought.

Anyway, I really like all three......
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WoW Steven Fantastic shots .
VERY VERY nice . I like them all
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WoW Steven Fantastic shots .
VERY VERY nice . I like them all
Thank you very much for those comments Fred.


And my thanks to everyone for making this such an interesting thread from what started out as just a simple posting of a single photograph.
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Oh no Steve, the open beak is a great shot IMO.
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Oh no Steve, the open beak is a great shot IMO.
Thank you James. Yes, the open beak is kind of humorous on it's own. The shot captured the moment when the bird was squawking loudly at me for walking where he was fishing.
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