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|Abutre-preto, Cinereous vulture (Aegypius monachus) versus Grifo, Eurasian griffon (Gyps fulvus)|
Today I present a street fight between this two species. Not easy to isolate the fellows from the crowd. Again a picture taken from a hide in the Monfrague's National Park.
Hope You like it.
Have a good day and thanks for viewing
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Exceptional composition with this birds....Stunning details and colors....The hide is a good idea....Pity that in my country I have never seen such a idea in Danube Delta for example, where are hundred of birds....
- [2017-11-14 15:28]
Hi Jose,impressive capture of this battle between different species! What a moment and what a quality,absolutely beautiful! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- [2017-11-14 16:24]
To be able to capture two distinctively different types of vultures interacting like this in the same frame is really neat. The focus is sharp allowing us to view them in excellent detail. The Cinereous vulture appears to be quite agitated and seems to be the aggressive one. Great shot!!
great capture, TFS Ori
- [2017-11-15 10:01]
Nice action photo in difficult light conditions, good sharpness and a great composition. Taken from a nice low POV.
Fantastic shot of 3 hooligans. :-) Great composition, you managed to isolate these streetfighters from their flocks. Exposure and sharpness are also fantastic, and I love your white balance here! Exceptional action photo. Bravo!
Kind regards from Ireland, László