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    Taken at Caversham lock (view island) today.
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    Love the first two Joe, great closeups.
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    Wow, yes, nice close-ups. I have been trying this summer with my macro 'filter' but I've not been able to get them at the right angle to get so much in focus. Nice one! Mind you, it's obviously had a hard old time with such battered wings.

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    These were taken at f8 in aperture priority.

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