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Barnie the Owl, and Cedric the Marsh Harrier

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My first real go at the Barn Owl, although I did get one a few weeks ago , but had more time on this one , not a great couple of days ,rain for the owl and even worse for the Harrier. I liked the Qwl one as he was passing a fur tree and could see the rain. Owl taken in Suffolk and of course my Local for the Harrier., I even name him now lol.

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Lovely stuff Roger.  

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Roger.....I nominate you, as the .....Official Bird-Man.......of TIPF.

It doesn’t seem all that long ago, that you were just beginning bird photography.......you seem to have mastered the craft very quickly indeed.

FUJI

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Thanks very much Guys ,yes I am happy so far .if we are to improve , we have to put the time in, i certainly do that , lucky as I have got together with someone local who takes me all over the place so it gives me good chances of getting these Birds.

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Hell's bells, Roger you really are producing some superb work - the shots of the barn owl are stunning.

Korky

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Well done!

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Superb shooting............

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Wow thanks Guys , made my day. whoo hoo.

 

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Great shots, the second one is superb

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 Another excellent set Roger ..... the owl in the rain is just superb ... isolating raindrops  just shows how  much control you are getting over exposure,speed etc ...  take a well deserving bow .... birds in flight  are an art to capture as well as this .  :goodjob:

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