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We watch eagles, eagles watch us

January 16, 2010
By Garry Brandenburg

BALD EAGLES are common wintertime visitors. They can be found almost anywhere in the countryside at places where one might least expect them. But there they are, big as life, and full of life, as they soar over the landscape or as they sit regally on a tree branch. This author was thankful that the pair of eagles seen in today's photograph was available and compliant enough to let my vehicle approach slowly. When I stopped, they just continued with the feast. In the meantime, my 300mm lens is popping off frame after frame to capture the moment.

 
 
 

 

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