Raptor in Rain

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  1. SleepingWolf

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    WOW. That's not your typical BIF shot.

    Well done.

    One little nit is the stick protruding from the nether regions.
     
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    Nice shot!!

    I like the way you got the shot despite the heavy rain.

    Is he just taking off, or shaking the rain off?

    Cheers
     
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    took the stick out..thanks for pointing it out..gave new meaning to woody

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    Wow, nicely captured!!
     
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    Amazing. Its a shame theres rain infront of his eye. I guess you cant be too picky with wildlife though, as most of us have learned. Beautiful capture though.

    Mark
     
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    Very nice, just love the way you see the water bouncing off the feathers.
     
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    Wow, a very sharp capture. The rain has added another dimension to the photo. Love it.
     
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    Great shot!!
     
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    Nice! I'm curious as to what shutter speed you used?
     
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    Sweet pic, thanks for sharing.

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