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Two demo birds in one shot!

Comments (6)
Posted by Ariel Leshinsky on September 09, 2012

Amazing shot

Posted by Pavel Sporish on July 20, 2012

This is ine of those shots that makes you go W-O-W ! ! !

Posted by Mehrdad Mirhoseini on May 05, 2012

Thanks 4 sharing Ur Amazing Shot Michael!!!!

Posted by PJH on March 30, 2012

That is very nice Michael

Posted by Neil Psaila on March 24, 2012

Simply beautiful! Bravo Michael :)

Posted by Cheuk Man Kevin Ho - The Hong Kong Spotters on March 24, 2012

10/10 Top shot, Michael!

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