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    Bringing home a sandeel lunch for the chicks
    Sandwich Tern(Sterna sandvicensis) by steve dawes, on Flickr
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    That is a lovely shot Steve -- perhaps a bit tight to the L and R edge, but nevertheless a lovely shot
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    Beautiful shot and the sand eel just makes it.

    I agree with Trev that it is a little tight in the frame, but still a great shot.
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    A very fine shot shot Steve, despite the "tightness" in the frame. I am sure the canvas can be extended on both sides if you wish to do so.
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    Super Steve ,I like it as it is

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    Very nice capture but I'm with the 'too tight in the frame' guys.

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    To get the full wingspan & the sandeel in focus , forget the tightness I would love a great shot like this, well done Steve.

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    Well captured Steve

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    Default Re: Sandwich Tern

    Thanks for the feedback guys, the shot was virtually full frame so no room to the sides of the wings
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