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Havent used a long lens for ages. Saw these two in the back yard.
Really like this a lot, just one point IMHO I would have cropped approx 30% from the top of the image as I find the branches distracting, and draws my eye to them
Very well captured. I like the tones.
A superbly pin sharp and very well captured image...
Love the sharpness across all the feathers
I agree with all of the above, including Cliff, however, not cropping does show off that great bokeh. Clearly your skills with the long lens have not become rusty.
I am still working on long exposures, increasing success is being enjoyed but nothing that I would post on EPZ........ My Granny always said, if it is worth having it is worth waiting for Hoping to get some reasonable success before senility sets in
I think we can imagine what these two have been up to. Pass the fags.
What incredible plummage detail. Look a bit knackered though.
well timed for both attention; liike a snapshot from people sitting on a terrace and relaxing in the warmth of the sun
Love the focus, details in short everything
Agreed about crop from the top though
Lovely sharp detail
A brilliant image.
great capture and details..Lin
I like this shot. Nothing special, but the light, colour, clarity and the birds' pose form a wonderful picture. Refreshing and peaceful..
Looks like the remains of a rough Night W, a great shot though.
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