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By OliPackwood  

Turnstone again, made it a panoamic to try and give it a different perspective.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Walking General Small Bird Sea Coast Turnstone Wildlife and nature

Voters: KarenFB, rontear, jonah794 and 7 more

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
28 Mar 2010 11:16AM
Well caught! I really like the low point of view and the way you've captured the bird against the blue sea(?). The format is perfect.

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28 Mar 2010 12:34PM
Great capture for quite a small lens you did very well here
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2010 12:49PM
you could actually afford to lighten the bird a little Oli and I am wondering why its such a small file when you have epz membership, I tried a mod but you havent put it up for modifications - I lightened a tad and tried to lift the eye and get a catchlight but sharpening helped with the overall effect of the bird - do you have editing software?
Its a good shot but could be improved upon a little in processing
LukeParkinson 7 30 3 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2010 1:25PM
Good shot Oli
MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
28 Mar 2010 2:16PM
Love the viewpoint Smile

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OliPackwood 6 5 5 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2010 4:42PM
Thanks for the advice Ann, I do have editing software (PSE 7). Its just i didn't have much time when i was editing it so i simply did a crop, hence the small file size. Smile
28 Mar 2010 5:19PM
Really like the comp here Ollie and a nice capture too..
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
28 Mar 2010 8:00PM
Just needed a nice catchlight in the eye to really bring this bird to life Oli plus lighten the bird overall. You have the basis for a very good shot which just needs a bit of gentle tweaking.. Congrats on the award.

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