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    Haven't updated in a while so here are some from the past 6 months or so.

    Taking the family for a walk by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Killdeer on nest by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Osprey by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Sandhill Crane by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Got his feathers in a bunch by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Northern Hawk owl by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Eagle meal by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr

    Snowy flight by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
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    wow - a stunning set again mate.

    All are great, but I think the eagle is my favourite for the subject matter.. "Got his feathers in a bunch" is pretty cool too. I love the snowy but I have come expect great snowy shots from you. Taking the family for a walk is wonderful too with a great control of DOF. Gee, you got down low.
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    Thank you.

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    Gee, you got down low.
    Naw.....I'm just short. lol
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    Wow, that eagle image is of something out of National Geographic. Enter that image into every contest you come across
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    Just a further observation after looking a bit longer. I know wildlife photography is notoriously strict about image manipulation, but if you felt so inclined, I would suggest cloning out the darker spot above the eagle.
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    Wonderful, they are all great!

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    Thank you.

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    Wow, that eagle image is of something out of National Geographic. Enter that image into every contest you come across
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post
    Just a further observation after looking a bit longer. I know wildlife photography is notoriously strict about image manipulation, but if you felt so inclined, I would suggest cloning out the darker spot above the eagle.
    I'm not above removing things that bug me but that isn't one that did.
    If this were to be going into my calendar I would but the people that buy them wouldn't appreciate the image. lol
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    Missed this - superb set as others have said.
    Shot 1 rocks so hard, but the branch in the chick's face at right..argh. I dare say the image works well even if you crop out the parent and chick at right. The light and composition in the middle is wonderful.
    Got his feathers in a bunch wins the set for me. Love the gesture, light and moment captured. eagle feasting shot rocks hard as well!
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