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curlew sandpiper
ammadoux

curlew sandpiper (Calidris ferruginea)

had another morning in the desert, watched a kestrel attacking a hoopoe lark, and the lark doing it best to survive, wonder how it ended up.

anyway i also took a drive to the shore to check if i see anything interesting, and i found this which is a lifer, nice end to this year.

hope you like it.
Location
sea side south of Jeddah
Date taken
31/12/2019
Scientific name
Calidris ferruginea
Equipment used
Olympus OM D 5 mark II + Zuiko 300mm f4 + 1.4 TC
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Opus Editor
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Congratulations on your lifer g/f and this beautiful record shot of it. :t:
 
Supporter
Awesome capture of this Curlew Sandpiper Dulce, congratulations on your lifer. Happy New Year 2020.
 
Opus Editor
Supporter
Great way to end the year and a brilliant shot to boot! Congratulations Doux and best wishes for 2020.
 
Supporter
Smashing close-up of this Curlew Sandpiper. Love the excellent image quality, lighting, detail, and blue background. Outstanding work Doux!
 

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