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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Harris Hawk


    This bird was quite a distance out from the blind we were using but a good testament to the crop ability afforded by the R5.
    Ummm...wow. If that is where I think (to the right of the raptors blind), not only was that a ways out, but horribly lighting. Great job in pullout out the detail on the Harris and not blowing out the sky.

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    Wow indeed


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    Ummm...wow. If that is where I think (to the right of the raptors blind), not only was that a ways out, but horribly lighting. Great job in pullout out the detail on the Harris and not blowing out the sky.
    Thanks! It was that single tall dead tree off to the left .... probably 50-60 yards .... there were several vultures that landed there as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Thanks! It was that single tall dead tree off to the left .... probably 50-60 yards .... there were several vultures that landed there as well.
    Got it...mid-morning first day.

    A few more from me....I've paired it down to less than 8,000!!!!

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    Love that close up of the male Pyrrhuloxia!

    These are part of Cardinal family.

    BTW: Pyrrhuloxia is a combination of the genus names Pyrrhula (bullfinches) and Loxia (crossbills)

    It's roots come from Greek pyrrhos which means flame colored and loxia which means crooked....referring to the beak.

    After the trip I just had to look it up!

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    This bird (Crested Caracara) ascending to the perch has been feeding .... you can see the yellow crop poking out from its feathers!


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    Tight crop of the amazing plumage on the wild turkeys that came in during the golden light of late afternoon....again the R5 allows a ton of flexibility with cropping and retention of detail in the image.


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    Turkey portrait


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    Great abstract feel on the feathers.

    A few more from me...nothing abstract ;-):

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    Cardinal with reflection is superb!!! I did not get any with such a clean reflection.

    Painted Bunting in flight is awesome as well....very very nice.

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