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    coyote + another hawk

    f13 1/400s iso400 400mmcoyote + another hawk shooting into the suncoyote + another hawk

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    f8 1/50s iso 400 shot with sigma 180mm macro with 1.4 converter 252mm hand heldcoyote + another hawk

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    really like the hawk photos jack. Around here, you can't get within 200 yards of one and it will fly off.

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    Re: coyote + another hawk

    Hi Jack, healthy looking Coyote and beautiful Hawk. Nice images, especially the Hawk. I am trying to decide what the lighter circular areas are in the foreground of the Coyote. Maybe our of focus circular bales of hay?

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    Re: coyote + another hawk

    Quote Originally Posted by jprzybyla View Post
    I am trying to decide what the lighter circular areas are in the foreground of the Coyote. Maybe our of focus circular bales of hay?
    My guess would be specular highlights off dew/rain drops on a fence wire in foreground.
    While they are a distraction, for me they are acceptable as they add context to the scene.

    I see the same Coyote picture twice Jack (i46.tinypic.com/8yic5h.jpg), are there supposed to be two different ones?

    I prefer the Hawk shot too, although it may benefit from a subtle output sharpen at a very low radius to get the very best from it.

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    Re: coyote + another hawk

    sun flair shooting into sun

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    Re: coyote + another hawk

    Nice set .I wish you had better light for the coyote. We have lots of coyotes but I cant get near them, and when I sit and wait on them they circle me wide. They are much more wary than the hawks here. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: coyote + another hawk

    You are getting some really neat shots. Congrats.

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