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  • 1, 2 and 4 legs.

    #1 - Yellow Billed Spoonbill (on 1 leg).
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    #2 - Pacific Black Duck (It does have 2 legs - just not visible).
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    #3 - Yellow Billed Spoonbills under a fabulous sunset (on 4 legs).
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  • #2
    The duck could be first with no legs. I like the duck legs or no. It has a lot going for it. Sharp and colourful action!
    Better a full bottle in front of me
    than a full frontal lobotomy.
    Hans

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    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Thanks for looking Hans. I thought about no legs but I knew that all you guys would tell me that it had 2 of them even though you couldn't see them.

    • HansE
      HansE commented
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      Awkward bloody bunch!

  • #3
    A nice collection,I do have a soft spot for Spoonbills,but,#2 is the one for me,a bit GOT dragon posing going on there.
    C+C,EDITS OK
    I shoot a Canon 90D with a few bits of glass.

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    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Thanks Kevin. I love a good spoony shot but that pacific looked really cool with that bright blue showing.

  • #4
    good work on the spoonie. the back shot of the pbd shows that you dont always have to have eye contact to get a good shot. wing position and colours make this a winner too.
    well done
    Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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    • #5
      A really nice set of images Isac, hard to pick a winner. Maybe just a tad more room at the top for the Pacific Black to give it the outright win, I love the colour and sharpness of the wings.
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      • #6
        Originally posted by avkomp View Post
        good work on the spoonie. the back shot of the pbd shows that you dont always have to have eye contact to get a good shot. wing position and colours make this a winner too. well done
        Great to get your views Stephen, many thanks. I loved the PBD as soon as I viewed it on screen.

        Originally posted by Grumpy John View Post
        A really nice set of images Isac, hard to pick a winner. Maybe just a tad more room at the top for the Pacific Black to give it the outright win, I love the colour and sharpness of the wings.
        I didn't consider the crop John, probably because it was looking down towards the water, but a valid point. Thanks for your comments.

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        • #7
          G'day mate

          Yes - I also think the duck pic is most impressive - and very well timed for the wing display

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          • Isac
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            Cheers Phil. They say timing is everything. I guess if you sit there long enough you'll catch a few doing the wing thing.
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