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Technical note :-
300mm @ f8 1/320 ISO-200, sunlit backlighting with TTL-flash fill (-1.3EV). Subject distance about 12 feet. Slightly cropped. Original in the 'mods'.
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Definitely has the Wow Factor - great comp and that blue is amazing! Keep them coming
My what a big beak, well captured and nicely framed...
wow,this is great.
That's just amazing, well done.
Great light on the beak makes it shine really
Love the diagonals of the beak and branch, wonderful capture.
Very very nice,
Amazing bird. Amazing capture.
gorgeous! lovely blue wing. good comp etc.
Wow would swear this was a montage of a couple of birds Su, what a weird bird. Wonderfully photographed as expected.
Fantastic capture.Brilliant all round
Stunning - particularly with that backlighting on the beak!
stunning detail .andy b
This is just too good to be true. Incredible. I can't think of anything else to write right now!
Marvellous capture, well done Su.
Very striking shot.
I know the work and time that goes in a good wildlife photo.My hat is off to you on all the beauty you bring to this site.
Superb colours and pose Su.
You really did catch everything this time Su,even the tongue!!!Everyone else has said it all.Amazingly composed.Take care.Ann
Beautiful capture Su, Great colours,lighting and excellent composition.
Such a colourful bird.
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