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Just to let you know we have some new challenges starting Monday 1st July 2019, you can find more details here:

New TIPF Challenges

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Don't forget ... last few days to post in August In Focus Challenge. Deadline midnight on Sunday 31st August for your entries (a maximum of 4) in the latest monthly TIPF IN FOCUS challenge.

http://www.tipf.co.uk/forums/topic/29342-tipf-in-focus-august-2019-open-theme/

Good Luck  everyone ...;)

The Weekly Caption 26/08/2019

All you have to do is add a caption - or two if you fancy.....

http://www.tipf.co.uk/forums/topic/30771-the-weekly-caption-26082019/

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Entries close for this weeks Alphabet image at midnight Sunday 22nd September ... Post a pic taken this week  ...  How  unusual a subject beginning with 'L' can you come up with eh? .;)

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JamesT

A few more from Farmoor

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The Meadow Pipit looks really good the way you've angled the dof  diagonally to add some more interest James ... i like that ... it almost looks like she's walking uphill .... 😉

The hovering Kestrel is  just lovely with the backlit wings and tail feathers too.

I'm wondering, James, if a little sunlight around the eye and cheek area might  just make the head a little easier to distinguish possibly  though it may be because am  looking on my laptop at a smaller screen than usual . I have fiddled with it just a tad  to see if it does work ... and to me  it does ... but  it's just a well meaning suggestion. .... :)

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1 hour ago, Clicker said:

it almost looks like she's walking uphill

Actually it really is on a steep slope.

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That's a great set James, especially the Meadow Pipet

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Nice set.  When I am out in the car, I very often see some of the local raptors but when I go out with the camera, they all hide.  It's amazing how they know.

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6 hours ago, johntwo said:

Nice set.  When I am out in the car, I very often see some of the local raptors but when I go out with the camera, they all hide.  It's amazing how they know.

I doubt the average raptor can tell the difference between a photographer with a long lens and a feral gamekeeper with a gun -- so better safe than sorry.

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