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    Posted: 09 July 2021 at 16:59
A sequence, moving too fast.

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Not too fast for you, Winston . Well done.
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Great series Winston!
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Thanks for the comments. I really enjoy trying to capture the majesty of the osprey diving for a meal. The speed and power and grace. We at Huntley are lucky to have raptors around for most of the year. Ospreys now, kingfishers, owls, eagles, hawks. Each of them grand in their own way.
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Winston,
What a privilege it is to have such subject matter accessible to see and to photograph.
And how well you've done so for us armchair travellers.
Looking forward to lots more from this wonderful sanctuary.
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Thank you. We now have another visitor, a white Ibis. Of course, only one or two people have seen it so it may have flown away. We need more rain, to replenish the wetlands. The summer heat is draining the wetlands rather quickly.
 



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Fantastic images - all the water droplets and action. Bravo.
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Wow, just wow!
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