Osprey's from today!

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Hope you like them!

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Thanks for looking!
Anthony
 
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Very nice, Anthony! I'm still waiting for the opportunity to get some good Osprey shots. I especially like the last one. They always seem so menacing like they're going to swoop down and attack!
 
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What's not to like Anthony?? These are excellent. The 3rd and 4th are some of the best Osprey flight shots that I've seen. :wink:
 
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That 3rd shot rocks, great series Anthony. Wonder what happened to the other half of that fish. LOL............See he gave you allot of attn around that nest and made the most of it.
 
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Anthony

Three and four are exceptional even if ya did decapitate the wing tips on one of them.

If you do a bit of color balancing in NC or hue adjustment on the separate channels in PS, you can clean up the green tinge under the wings and really make these shine :)
 
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Wonder if everyone noticed the fish has been readied for feeding at the nest, without the head.

great catches..

Good images
 
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Re: Anthony

jfenton said:
Three and four are exceptional even if ya did decapitate the wing tips on one of them.

If you do a bit of color balancing in NC or hue adjustment on the separate channels in PS, you can clean up the green tinge under the wings and really make these shine :)
jfenton, I'll work on the green tinge on my next visit tomorrow. As far as that missing wing tip...as soon as they see me they fly pretty close above to me and fast, I don't have much time to compose the shot...its either hit or miss.

Anthony
 
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Anthony...

Don't swaet the wing tip...I could fill a gallery with decapitated limbs, wing tips, etc. I do usually try and get the head in frame :)
 
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