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    blue heron

    f14 1/200s iso100 blue heron

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    Re: blue heron

    Good capture Jack, great exposure and focus.

    Like a lot of your shots, it would benefit from some PP, in this case levelling and cloning mainly.

    Cheers,

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    Re: blue heron

    Nice image Jack, really sharp. As Dave has mentioned straighten plus I'd remove the grass/reed on the right and maybe crop out a bit of the water on the right as well as to me it's wasted space.

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    Re: blue heron

    Nice one Jack. I am in agreement with Dave and Clive. Not really much to add. I enjoy shooting the Herons. While there are a few around through out the year, we are getting to the best part of the season. The rookery down the street from me is full of about 60-70 but the rookery 1hr north of me is said to hold well over 1000. I believe it, while hawking nearby I found a small field with a stream and no less than 6 heron. Should be a good year!

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    Re: blue heron

    Beautiful shot.

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