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21-Mar-2012, 12:01 PM #1
Little different angle osprey with big Mack
I looked at this one again and kinda liked it too .



Guy, this is the first one I posted . I printed it 13 x 19 and had it custom framed. Did not want you to miss it . I saw the bird catch the Spanish Mackerel in the ocean and it was flying high for my 400 5.6 L.

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21-Mar-2012, 10:21 PM #2
Great shots.
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27-Mar-2012, 07:38 PM #3
Nice catch LF and sorry I missed it before today.

Did you manage to get the bird snagging the fish out of the water as well?
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Nice catch LF and sorry I missed it before today.

Did you manage to get the bird snagging the fish out of the water as well?
Thanks, Guy and I am glad you saw it , fish of the day big mack
I saw the osprey dive down to get the fish but it was real far out and I got these photos of it coming closer heading to the marsh probably back to a nest.
Interestingly recently read that they tear the heads off the fish before they feed their chicks.
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28-Mar-2012, 03:34 PM #6
Great photos!
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