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    BIRD IN FLIGHT ONLY -- share your BIF photos here

    If a bird lifts both its legs and no one is around to see it, does it fly?
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    Click, thancks ;)
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    Thanks Alan!
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    Black-necked Grebe 7D2, 400/5.6 + 1.4III ISO 640, 1/800, f/8, +2/3 EV
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    BIRD IN FLIGHT ONLY -- share your BIF photos here

    Although ISO64 doesn't exist/is not visible on 7D3, I am ;). My username, at least...
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    BIRD IN FLIGHT ONLY -- share your BIF photos here

    Common kestrel 7D2, EF 400/5.5 L, 1.4III Iso 1250, f8, 1/500 s, +1 EV
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    BIRD IN FLIGHT ONLY -- share your BIF photos here

    Common buzzard - buse variable (fr). Taking away a dinner. Anyone here who could help me identify the snake (?) by its pattern? Please zoom in. As you can see, the bird did the quick and safe job by removing the head of it. Photo shot in Ile de France area, heavily cropped and sharpened...
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    Song thrush. 7D2 400/5.6 L w 1.4
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    RIP Chuck Westfall

    Chuck, rest in peace. I had met him at a conference in Baltimore where he was manning the Canon stand, beside all these suited people, he was the only one willing to have a chat, a long, long one. A true lover of photography, whose most difficult task was balancing what he knew with what he was...
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    Green Heron (why is it called green still puzzles me...) Canon 7D2, 400mm f/5.6L w 1.4 TCIII 560mm/ƒ/6.3/1/400s/ISO 640, +1/3 EV
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    Any bird experts around here?

    Yes, a juvenile BCNH. You can see that the crown has started to darken, and some body feathers are getting brighter. Great find, true nature shot!
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    Great angle, so close to water level! Aren't you afraid that your rig will end submerged if the kayak hits something? Stay dry! ISO64
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    BIRD IN FLIGHT ONLY -- share your BIF photos here

    Red-tailed Hawk Canon EOS 7D Mark II EF400mm f/5.6L USM 400mm/ƒ/6.3/1/1000s/ISO 320
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    Great egret showing off Sun already down, the best frame from series of about 80+, the bird was preening all time, smearing long exposure photos 1:1 crop, 1/25 s, f/6.3, ISO 1250, EV -1/3, tripod mounted