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Gorgeous shot of the vulture! I love that! Great close up of the woodpecker. Beautiful detail! Glad you got some rain!
Two fabulous images! Look at that vulture wingspan ... very cool! So glad to hear you received some much needed rain.
Both are great images but I must say that black vulture does indeed remind one of the caped crusader.
Two beautiful captures Daniel! I really like the pose of the vulture, nicely done! The Hairy photo is stunning; these are such cool little woodpeckers!
Both shots are a work of art. Great job!
Beautiful shots! I love that first one - so majestic!
I love the way vultures and buzzards spread their wings and "sun" themselves. So striking!
Wow...what wings!!Glad you're getting some much needed rain! We are, too, and it's helped a lot!
An awesome shot of the winged crusader as well as the woodpecker! Enjoyed your platinum, blonde, red photos! They were so kind to pose for you!
Love the black vulture. Without the personality of the head, you really focus on the magnificent design of flight.
The woodpecker's lovely!
Neat vulture picture! I like the wings, especially the contrast between black and white. I also like the background contrast with the vulture.
Oh my .... these are super! Those wings in that first shot just take my breath away!
The top shot is truly exceptional and I know when it rains here the birds love it as it brings out all the bugs and worms... a feast for them!Mollyxxx
Beautiful close ups. I esp. like the vulture with it's outstretched winds.
Beautiful photographs, admiring the nature it is very joy. I am greeting
Very nice vulture. At first I missed having its head but then the image grew on me. It is definitely a powerful shape.
Fantastic photos ~ love the colorful woodpecker ~ (A Creative Harbor)
Caped crusader eat your heart out. The vulture has got much more style.
What a fabulous capture in that first shot!!! Wonderful...
Your timing was perfection in the first photograph.So nicely done!
I like the woodpecker - I think I would have taken a while to name the first species!Stewart M - WBW - Australia
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