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nobby2sheds 11 50 England
13 Sep 2007 8:45PM
Superb shot.

Paul

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TonyFrith 10 3 6 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2007 8:48PM
And I thought they only ate pigeons
Good shot
Tony
kinfatric 13 550 9 Scotland
13 Sep 2007 8:49PM
naw! its good natural colours Cheryl and a compelling shot of nature
janty66 10 3 England
13 Sep 2007 8:52PM
cracking shot...
Great shot, well done.

Richie.
Coleslaw 12 13.4k 28 Wales
13 Sep 2007 8:58PM
love it, it is brilliant
bricurtis Plus
12 2.2k 49 England
13 Sep 2007 9:00PM
Superb natural image -surrounded by flies and feathers the Peregrine looks wonderful.
KBan 12 501 4 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2007 9:02PM
looks fine to me Cheryl
Poor Tawny !!
keith
obriendavy 10 53 Ireland
13 Sep 2007 9:11PM
Stunning shot, it doesn't get much better.

Regards.
Dave.
proz 13 205 United States
13 Sep 2007 9:13PM
a cracker
13 Sep 2007 9:18PM
amazing shot well spotted
Dave
ink_weaver 11 133 England
13 Sep 2007 10:09PM
Great photo. Well taken.

Sharon
una 14 10 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2007 10:32PM
What a great shot.well caught.
13 Sep 2007 10:49PM
Great shot. Well done.
13 Sep 2007 10:50PM
outstanding , Doesnt get any better than this

Nikki
ashley 13 167 1 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2007 10:55PM
great shot pin sharp
looks like its in a very natural environment

well done

Ash
phil_j 11 134 4 England
13 Sep 2007 10:58PM
Wonderful image.

Phil
ChristineL 12 39 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 7:54AM
amazing capture Cheryl,
Chris.
csurry 15 9.2k 92
14 Sep 2007 8:37AM
Well thanks all

I didn't expect a feeding shot to do quite so well, normally they get looked at but not voted for - morbid curiosity I guess.

Perhaps everyone likes the extra of having the flies. Was pretty unpleasant with them all swarming whilst taking the photos, but was pleased with the result for once.

I have some where the sky was the background, but after a few shots I found a bush in the background that I could position the bird against which seemed to give greater depth to the image.

Is it just me? Or does the wing position remind people of bobbing for apples with your arms behind you?
martinw 12 251 England
14 Sep 2007 9:00AM
Outstanding wildlife shot.
Martin
chase 12 1.1k 246 England
14 Sep 2007 9:18AM
Natural at it's best Cheryl.I really like this one.
Janet
podgod 13 513 3 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 10:33AM
So sharp I almost cut myself on it, It's good to see nature at work, flies an' all.
GalleryGirl 10 4 2 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 11:47AM
Eeechhh! Squeamish out of the way.... great capture and amazing clarity and definition. barmymarny x
Maddie Plus
12 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 1:09PM
super.
fossilized 13 79 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 4:21PM
Love it - great colours.

I don't think it's morbid curiosity... it's just so nice to see one of these in a natural setting behaving naturally for a change!

Too many BoP shots now fall into the 'frozen pose with cleaned up background' category that remind me of a stuffed bird in a Victorian glass case.... lol.

Lovely work.

Jean
csurry 15 9.2k 92
14 Sep 2007 6:33PM
Thanks all.


Quote:Too many BoP shots now fall into the 'frozen pose with cleaned up background' category that remind me of a stuffed bird in a Victorian glass case.... lol.


I know what you mean about the stuffed aspect, but would assure you I don't tidy my backgrounds Smile

As shot, apart from the odd dust bunny as I'm useless in PS.

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