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    Default Image of the Week 18/7/2011

    Well done to Akos for his excellent Kestrel flight shot, a well deserved win this week
    Good luck to everyone for the week to come
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    Congrats Akos!! This was a superb image that I had a feeling would win.

    Great stuff.
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    Sure is a well deserved win. Brilliant shot Akos!
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    Thank you guys, I appreciate the sentiments.

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    Congrats Akos! A lovely image.

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    Congratulations, a really stunning image. I love nankeens.
    Reposts welcome =)

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    Congratulations Akos. I would kill to be able to shoot like that.
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    Well done Akos, great image.

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    Excellent mate!
    ..must be the new camera
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    Thanks all.

    Dave, maybe. As you would know the longer focal length (especially) makes images possible that were/are once not with shorter lenses (I think).

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