A Hawk - What Kind?

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I tries to identify this bird but was not very successful. A
Red Shouldered Hawk - Buteo Lineatus??
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Beautiful shot! There is some strange coloring on the left and right sides.....editing residue? Adding a little canvas to the right side would be nice, giving the hawk more "room" to look in to.
 
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Beautiful shot! There is some strange coloring on the left and right sides.....editing residue? Adding a little canvas to the right side would be nice, giving the hawk more "room" to look in to.
Hi Karen. You are correct in the strange coloring. Don't know what it is, humm. Editing, processioning?? Add a bit of canvas - not sure what you mean. I guess I could extraxt the hawk and give it a different background.
 
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Hi Mitch. Nothing was cloned out. It was processed in Topaz Studio 2, that's all. I will check other photos of the hawk and see it the same thing is there.
It's strange to my eye. Do you see these areas on your original file? Does this appear on other photos?

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Taa Daa - I know what it is that you are seeing. I shot these photos from my office. The window is dirty with some smudges. I shot thru the window. Here is anothe
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r photo with the same problem..

 
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Nice capture Jim.
Good morning Bear. I got very lucky with this photo. I was in my office and saw this hawk fly to the top of an Italian cypress tree. My camera had the 600mm lens on it. I grabbed it and started snapping away. Only problem the camera was hand held. That Tammy 600mm is heavy. So I took lots of photos and a few were in focus. I was happy.
 
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