(another) great egret on a windy day

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Bonus - breeding colors.

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Well done Allan, nice and sharp, great background and I very much light how the BG's are dark, really sets off the subject.
Thanks Louie. I darkened the bg a bit - I did not want to go super contrast.

super set.............
Thanks Darrell.

Yeah, love the poses and especially the exposure--very dramatic and appropriate. The last one looks like count Dracula in his cape, albeit a white cape!
Ha- maybe I should select the bird and then invert the image. ;)
 
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Nicely shot, and nicely seen.
The bird could have given you a better head angle on 2 and 3.
I love it when the wind blows their feathers around like that. It does look like a cape.
At least on my ipad, I would lighten it a bit before printing.
Print and hang
Thanks for sharing
Gary
 
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Nicely shot, and nicely seen.
The bird could have given you a better head angle on 2 and 3.
I love it when the wind blows their feathers around like that. It does look like a cape.
At least on my ipad, I would lighten it a bit before printing.
Print and hang
Thanks for sharing
Gary
I do agree on 2 but the head angle is ok for me on 3.
I am not sure I would want to lighten it more but I can see how someone would say that. The whites in the histogram come up to about 246.
 

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