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author Haim Ziv
subjectWild life
title To much to swallow.
date9/2/2005 8:24:24 AM
details20% crop from the bottom.
D2h 500mm TC1.7 1/750 f9 WH.

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1 Cory Bucher (Never Modest )   (9/2/2005 8:26:51 AM)
Great pic but what Camera, lens, etc did you use.
2 Juliana Galluccio   (9/2/2005 9:18:02 AM)
Fantastic shot, great collor, everything is perfect here!
3 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (9/2/2005 9:19:54 AM)
Haim, I'm glad to see you posting again. Wish you good luck. This is a really cool moment, very well taken. I wish the bird was full size, otherwise I prefer this crop.
suggested crop >>
4 Haim Ziv   (9/2/2005 10:50:27 AM)
#3 Sergei Samus(Serega to friends): Thank you very much Serega. I did the crop from the bottom because of very bad perch. On my left side 2 feet in the water was an old green big barrel and the kingfisher insist to go back there. It was too heavy for me to move it. I can't crop to that size as your suggestion just because the result from my camera will be disaster.
5 robinschooley (Robin Schooley)   (9/2/2005 1:32:13 PM)
HAIM! Guess you are really mad at me, huh? Well, anyway... it is good to see you posting again. This shows a really great moment of nature in action. Where did you shoot it? What kind of bird? And how the heck have you been, anyway?
6 joe bellantoni   (9/2/2005 1:41:36 PM)
Haim: Nice to see this nice bird from you...still using that d1h?
7 Miguel Lasa   (9/2/2005 2:57:02 PM)
very nice colours and intersting moment !! good apetite !!
8 Claudia Robinson (looie's mom :-o)   (9/2/2005 10:44:32 PM)
this ROCKS Haim!! you nailed this bird. very professional.
9 Netzach (Netzach Farbiash)   (9/3/2005 2:33:23 AM)
Fantastic shot Haim!
10 ckldybr (A perfect photo is just a click away)   (9/3/2005 8:50:27 AM)
Haim the timing is great on this. It's nice to see an image of yous. I'll have to come vote later. Currently I can't vote in the contests. Serega is trying to fix it. Take care. Barb.
11 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (10/11/2005 1:32:39 AM)
Very colorful bird, nice that you caught it with its beak open. Good eye gleam, good background.
12 Paweł Spychała   (11/4/2005 7:22:55 AM)
Fantastic image,bravo.
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