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Copyright: Sam Radjabi (olontur) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 25 W: 2 N: 15] (91)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005-01-28
Categories: Birds
Camera: Canon 300D, EF 75-300mm III USM
Exposure: f/9.0, 1/1000 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Theme(s): Falcons - I chapter [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2005-06-27 2:07
Viewed: 5170
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
They are called "delije" in Farsi. I notice that their population in urban and suburban areas is growing in the last years. That is interesting, as most other birds of prey are disappearing, and it shows clearly how some animals are able to adapt and profit from the destructive human behavior. Let's hope that no more animals need to do that!

About the photo: I was, and still am, quite unexperienced when I took this picture. The Aperture is too small...

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To ellis49: Great job!olontur 1 06-29 02:06
To extramundi: Thank you!olontur 1 06-28 01:47
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Hi Sam. Good attempt with this interesting subject, but it is quite soft and light was not on your side either. I am sure I will see a better one soon. Thanks for posting and for your note and welcome to TN.

Nice picture for the start, Sam.
It's a nice POV and colours. With a little work in PS it
should be a very goog picture.
I did a WS to show
Well done.

Welcome to TN.

Welcome to TN Sam. Interesting bird.
Keep going.

a good catch Sam! The beautiful workshop by Ellis made this pic more spectacular and vibrant. welcome to treknature and this is a great place to learn from the best. I am still learning a hefty lot from here.

I love the deep blue sky here and the birds regal looking pose, just a bit more PP work needed. A very nice post, Well done.

Pretty photograph, a little dark.

But was necessary to be it at the good time to take it.


P.S: See WS

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