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31 January 2009



Incredible post Larry. Very evocative, I felt as though I was there with you. Excellent


Clare, thanks--those moments in the raptor's stare were intense.


Larry, I agree with Clare — wonderfully vivid and evocative. I've seldom seen this (New Zealand has only two diurnal raptors, one of which is primarily a scavenger, the other rare), but saw it twice in India. An intense moment, to which you do justice.

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