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Flamingo and other birdies.
#1
Probably a bit oversharpened, but they are a captive subject.Smile
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Flamingo
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No Idea. Apart from me being deaf, they were talking in Spanish/Espagna.
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Big Eagle
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Same big eagle only bigger.Big Grin
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#2
Lol, I'd laugh if your two posts were combined, and the cat had taken out an eagle.
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#3
I think you did very nice with your post processing in the flamingo NT. The colors match well and you have nice detail in the feathers.

The other pictures are great too. I like the last one because you have a desaturated background and the bird stands out really well... Smile
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#4
Thats my 70-300 and the bit where the handler holds the birdie up.Tongue
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#5
Excellent - particularly #1.
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#6
Thanks all.
I am going to see some ice sculptures tomorrow, but the weather forecast is rain showers all day.
I'll do what I can.
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