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Juvenile Bald Eagle


Juvenile Bald Eagle
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Copyright: Tom Peak (tkp1165) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 156 W: 12 N: 595] (3876)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-02-13
Categories: Birds
Camera: Nikon D 80, Sigma 50-500mm f4-6.3 DG EX APO HSM
Exposure: f/6.3, 1/200 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): CeltickRanger's favorite Eagle photos [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2008-03-04 22:12
Viewed: 3194
Points: 12
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This is an Eagle that I came a crossed at the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge a couple weeks ago as he was just finishing his lunch.
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Dear Tom,

Nice catch,

TFS

Ümit

Good image of this juvenile Bald eagle, Tom.
TFS
Annick

Hi Tom,

really nice bird and picture!

TFS,
Luca

Hi Tom
Nice capture
Fine detail in plumage
Good natural color
tfs jon

Wonderful Tom...they really go at it. I wonder if we mimic them in facial expression when we men battle..in the actors ring at least..A fine image. I hope your spring is filled with more as these.
Bob

hello Tom

superb shot of this eagle, excellent low at the level
of the subject POV, i love the framing, excellent DOF,
excellent sharpness and details, TFS

Asbed

Nice rich brown in this Tom. The brown grass as a backround really set this off. Nicely done. Trevor

Beautiful photograph Tom! Wow, what a clear shot, and you've solved a mystery for me too. There is a very large brown bird hanging out at the Stevenson waterfront, all brown with some white on it's chest feathers. I wondered what kind of eagle it was, perhaps it is a juvinile bald eagle like this one. We have at least 4 bald eagles with the white heads around, but I didn't realize they didn't get their white heads until they were older.
So with your lovely photo, I think perhaps the one I saw is exactly that.
I stood 10 feet from him, perched in a fir tree for over 10 minutes so I got a really good look, but of course my camera was sitting at home!
I love the detail in this photo, and the "action" shot with him just finishing his meal, wonderful documentary shot, well done.

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