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From a distance...he had just spotted a dog and was sending out his distress call
V2 was the mate...flying to his rescue
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I cannot make a choice, I like both.
Great photos Jeff !! I like the alert Heron in V1 !!
Two wonderful images, each worthy of their own upload. However I think the inflight capture takes the vote.
two lovely shots. christine
Good captured, Jeff.
V2 for me a super action shot.
Great captures. V2 for me. Don
Two great shots like V2. best well done, they often fly past my window like that never managed to get one yet, only a small window lol., regards Leon.
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