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this was the biggest bird i flew on my holiday in Suffolk ,she is a Eurasian Eagle Owl her name is Twinkle she stands 30 ins and weighs 7lb and also has wingspan of 5.5 ft,she too works for the Raf at Lakenheath
fantastic detail wonderful capture large is awsome
A good close-up, but a little too tightly cropped. Carol
i know it is Carol but the full size file is far too large to upload and i had trouble scaling it down to the 600 you are allowed
great capture well timed and focused the detail is simply stunning well done
Looks so bookish!!
Lovely image, I'm all excited, got an hours flying on Thursday, a Birthday present from Bev (bpearson3), my girlfriend, can't wait!!!
A great capture.
your in for a treat of a lifetime Martin you'll love it
Still a little way to go but I think this is much improved. Crop still a tad close and my advice is to be aware of this. Onwards and upwards !!!!
Well done here
Superb close-up. Beautiful detail and lovely light, Great capture.
excellent image,re the g1, i found it a very good camera,excellent for travelling light,i think its just right to take on a plane if you dont want to take a lot of gear,plus the shots came out fine,and its easy to use,hope this helps.ray
it definitely does Ray
Lovely capture of this magnificent owl.
Fine shot Steve.......Bill
great shot Steve
Stunning close up capture, super detail, great colours. Great pose
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