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Juvenile Redtail at sunrise

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    what what a jawline - strap a suit on that sucker and he can pose for GQ.

    Nice comp here Maw - lovely light
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    Thats really cool

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    Beautiful!

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    Excellent detail and beautiful light.
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    Thanks all....This is a great sample of what the Sigma 150-500 lens can achieve for all those who may be considering the purchase. Shot with my menopausal Nikon DF.

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    Beautiful light, perfect comp, and amazingly sharp. What else is there. Excellent work Michael.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelaw View Post
    Thanks all....This is a great sample of what the Sigma 150-500 lens can achieve for all those who may be considering the purchase. Shot with my menopausal Nikon DF.
    I am waiting as we speak for that lens! Looks like a good one! Great light on that hawk!
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    That's quite the pose. Can't complain about the sharpness of that lens and I've read that the Tamron 150-600 may be even better. I think I may have to put one of those on my growing wish list.

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