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    I like this one a lot, Bill. Lots of interesting detail throughout the frame and of course a somewhat spooky looking bird in the middle. We have huge ravens that hang out around parking lots and garbage cans--would be cool to see an IR shot of those too.

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    Thanks John.
    That bird was just staring at me so I had to "shoot" it!

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    Ooh, well done, Bill! I like that very much. Your color treatment here really works for me, and I'm very intrigued by the idea of IR fauna shots. Don't believe I've ever seen any prior to this. The more I look at this, the more I like it.
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    A striking image beautifully pp'd.
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    Bill,
    it's a wonderful shot. i love the amount of details and how the black crow/bird is in contrast to the bright IR.

    just out of curiosity, have you taken a night shot with the IR?

    Assaf

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