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    Posted: 25 April 2006 at 09:08
    I have a couple of entries, so I wonder if you can go first Kiklop.
 



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Uh, i must confess that i'm not the right person for doing this since i never actually did bird photography and i don't know how hard is to catch something, but still.

Spring - hotduck
Lovers - arilds
Snow White - chrisphotog
image one - hornblower
One Happy Penguin - eccl

Just my impressions, but please take into consideration any easy-hard factor that i'm not aware of.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote brettania Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 April 2006 at 13:45
    Think I have them now...

Spring - hotduck Yes
Lovers - arilds Yes
Snow White - chrisphotog No -- change to Gullibers Travels by Mink (very good 'panning' shot)
image one - hornblower No -- change to Watching by wblc which is probably more "in the wild"
One Happy Penguin - eccl Yes


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Note Snow White seems to lack sharpness. That's why i did not go for it -- the bird itself is the fascination, not the pic.
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