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rickie 13 98 1 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 5:35PM
very well caughtSmile

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stuart1963 6 272 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 5:36PM
another WOW imageGrinGrin
TeeCee 9 4 Scotland
20 Apr 2012 5:50PM
I can see primaries, secondaries, tertiaries........fantastic shot !!!
NaturesHaven 6 283 6 England
20 Apr 2012 5:50PM
Nice eyes.
lawbert 11 1.8k 15 England
20 Apr 2012 5:52PM
Splendid Capture....I just love a Chaffinch in flight and this is a corkerSmile
Ade_Osman 15 4.5k 36 England
20 Apr 2012 6:04PM
Great capture, if I had any criticisms it would that the bird seems a little tight in the frame, otherwise great timing shown with this one....

deavilin 14 345 1 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 6:12PM
Well caught Tom I would like to see more room around the bird the crop is just a little too tight for me, still a lovely shot these are not easy to catch in the air Smile

Hope all well with you Smile

shawy 7 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 6:15PM
evelen 13 5 England
20 Apr 2012 6:41PM
excellent capture colour and detail.
20 Apr 2012 7:11PM
great shot of the bird, but i agree that the crop is a little to tight

Brian65 9 2 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 7:35PM
Top class shot Tom.
Scooby10 8 3 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 7:40PM
A stunning sharp in flight capture. Must agree the crop is rather tight, but the Chaffinch is spot on.
Paintman Plus
11 1.2k 177 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 7:45PM
A great shot, superb detail.

bagman 7 65 United States
20 Apr 2012 7:49PM
Top of the line photo.They don,t come much better.I would be so happy to capture one like this.
Believe me i tried but none this good. Excellent piece of work.
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
20 Apr 2012 8:49PM
Beautifully timed in-flight shot showing off the wing plumage so effectively: I am full of admiration for those like yourself who can capture this sort of quickly moving subject with such skill.
20 Apr 2012 10:37PM
Superb well timed shot Tom.

tezquirk 6 27 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2012 11:35PM
Great capture ..
Tom-Melton 10 2 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2012 5:15PM
i know this was a little tight in the frame but i was eager to show the feather detail

I can see primaries, secondaries, tertiaries..

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