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A Beautiful Capture Of A Bird Of Prey Wins 'Photo Of The Week'

A juvenile Goshawk claiming its lunch is the subject of the brilliant image we've crowned our 'Photo of the Week' on ePHOTOzine.

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A stunning shot of a young bird of prey guarding its lunch which is aptly titled 'All Mine' has won our 'Photo of the Week' title. 

The image was captured by TimMunsey and it has lovely tones throughout with the subject sitting proudly from the natural background that's nicely thrown out of focus. The clarity is superb with every detail in the bird's feathers and eyes pin-sharp. 

One member has described it as an '18th-century painting' and we can definitely see that look/style in the shot which is a well-worthy winner of our accolade. 

All of our POTW winners will receive a Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSDXC memory card with SD Adapter offering memory storage across multiple devices. Plus, we will also announce our 'Photo of the Year' winner who'll win a Samsung Portable SSD T7 in January 2023 courtesy of Samsung.

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