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Old Dec 10, 2007, 6:21 PM   #1
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Bald Eagle Before The Storm


Before the new storm started I found a Bald Eagle down at the lake.





He moved so I had a ridge I could get behind to get a little closer. I have noticed that each bald eagle seems to have its own look about it. I got the impression this one is a serious fellow.




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he's definitely a no nonsense sort of bald eagle. great shots again wacky roger.

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Old Dec 10, 2007, 11:09 PM   #3
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I really like the digiscoping shots you took. Can't deny that the air on your side is clean so the stray light from the particulate matters in the air does not pose much threat to the quality of your shots, but your patience in focusing as well as the skill in doing such a tough job as digiscoping using the prosumer DC is something that counts most for the outstanding quality of your work. If I don't remember wrongly, you use the Zeiss one for digiscoping, isn't it?
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Do you mind telling a bit about the gears you are using? And also the method you use to minimize vibration?
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Great shots all three of them in their own way.
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Old Dec 11, 2007, 11:26 AM   #6
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royce10 wrote:
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he's definitely a no nonsense sort of bald eagle. great shots again wacky roger.

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I guess Mr. Serious would be a gooood name for him.


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wk7leung wrote:
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Do you mind telling a bit about the gears you are using? And also the method you use to minimize vibration?
I haven't used my Digiscoping set up in months. I have been trying to learn my K10D, Bigma & my BushHawk.

With my Bigma the BushHawk is what I use to keep vibration down.


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Great shots all three of them in their own way.
Calicajun, thanks for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.



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