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Old Dec 4, 2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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Bald Eagle Stalk part 2

Probably about 20 minutes wait and now I have blue sky.

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Old Dec 4, 2009, 10:46 AM   #2
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I waited until he turned away and started backing out. It took a while but when I got back to the camera wagon he was still there. I rolled down the window wave bye bye and thanked him and I headed for the house.

If you missed part #1 here is the link
Bald Eagle Stalk part 1
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Great series. Some day I hope to get some bald eagle shots like these!
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Great series Roger. Images are very clear and sharp. What lens are you shooting with? Exif says focal length is 700mm.
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Great series. Some day I hope to get some bald eagle shots like these!


They are one of my favorites to shoot.
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Very nice series Roger. Looks like you've found yourself a great go back to place to shoot Eagles. Keep em comin".
Great job.
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Very nice series Roger. Looks like you've found yourself a great go back to place to shoot Eagles. Keep em comin".
Great job.

Now I need some real cold weather with snow for another trip to shoot eagles.
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You get bald eagles and I get starlings and sparrows. There is something wrong there.
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those are amazing, they could be straight out of a book
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You get bald eagles and I get starlings and sparrows. There is something wrong there.

If it makes you feel better I also get starlings and sparrows.
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