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mark1309 10 13 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2011 11:47AM
Wonderful capture,

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11 Dec 2011 11:48AM
One bird to dominate the huge flock.

franken Plus
14 4.2k 4 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2011 11:48AM
Another superb capture Ron.

AnnChown Plus
7 202 1 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2011 11:52AM
This is brilliant - and to see the peregrine is the icing on the cake!
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.0k 1628 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2011 11:58AM
Where the flock becomes a single body in conflict. Brilliant.
MikeJG 6 22 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2011 12:04PM
Nice composition and separation of the subjects.
SlowSong Plus
8 6.8k 29 England
11 Dec 2011 12:12PM
Not many creatures have so much potential food in their larder. SUperb that you caught the falcon like this.
TyChee Plus
12 275 1 United States
11 Dec 2011 12:41PM
Wow! there must be thousands of them. I like that one bird leading the pack.
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 11 Canada
11 Dec 2011 1:07PM
Fabulous having the peregrine in the shot. He seems to be very picky. Amazing amount of birds captured Ron............Sandy
11 Dec 2011 1:35PM
I wondered why all the birds were on one side
Sezz Plus
12 617 15 England
11 Dec 2011 2:52PM
Superb image to include the Peregrine Ron!

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Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
11 Dec 2011 4:55PM
An amazing image, and a beautiful capture of the hunter in motion against the mass of prey.
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2011 6:43PM
You spotted the potential and created a very clever composition that illustrates perfectly the effect of the peregrine on the flock. Superb stuff Ron.
11 Dec 2011 7:05PM
I think this image has amazing composition. One v. the rest and a sense of rapid exit left! Smile
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
11 Dec 2011 11:06PM
fantastic shot On a par with Attenborough's 'swarms'

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