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    Default Juvenile peregrin.

    One of the two from this year.
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    Default Re: Juvenile peregrin.

    Great photos! Every feather is visible.
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    Default Re: Juvenile peregrin.

    Thanks Deb, they move very fast and unpredictable.

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    Default Re: Juvenile peregrin.

    It looks as though you took the photo from above the bird. You must have a high vantage point. I photograph the little birds that visit my bird feeder - neither so dramatic as yours nor so beautifully taken.
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    Default Re: Juvenile peregrin.

    Yes, i`m standing at "stevns klint" which are white chalk cliffs, the background is water.

    I think you have peregrins in Scotland too.

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    Outstanding photos. Thanks for posting them.
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    Thank you blkWhitefilmpix.

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