"so angry" (264)
This photo was taken with my fathers new camera
Canon 1Ds Mark II and Canon EF 100mm macro lens.
It's a test shot and unfortunately was taken at
Have great day and hope you'll like it!
Eagles are large birds of prey, which are found mainly in the Old World, with only two species (Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle) in North America and a few in South America. They are members of the bird order Falconiformes, family Accipitridae and belong to several different genera, not necessarily closely related to each other.
Eagles are known for their sharp vision.
Usually, however, eagle eyes are too keen for the birds to fly blindly into danger. In fact, eagles' vision is among the sharpest of any animal. Wedge-tailed Eagles, for instance, can see twice as far as people. Studies suggest that some eagles can spot an animal the size of a rabbit up to two miles away.
In part, eagles have excellent vision because their eyes, which are very large in proportion to their heads, are densely packed with sensory cells. While humans typically have 200,000 light-sensitive cells per square millimeter of retina, eagles may have 1 million -- five times more. Similarly, while humans have only one fovea, a funnel-shaped part of the retina where vision is sharpest, eagles have two. Finally, where people see just three basic colors, eagles see five, enabling them to pick out even well-camouflaged prey.
Like all birds of prey, eagles have very large powerful hooked beaks for tearing flesh from their prey, strong legs and powerful talons.
Infos from :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eagle and http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/eagles/index.html
Camera Model:Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Shooting Date/Time:4/18/2007 5:41:04 PM
Shooting Mode:Aperture-Priority AE
Tv( Shutter Speed ):1/80
Av( Aperture Value ):5.6
Metering Mode:Spot Metering
Focal Length:100.0 mm
White Balance Mode:Auto
AF Mode:AI Servo AF
Tone Curve Standard
Color Space sRGB
Color saturation Standard
Color tone 0
File Size:14174 KB
Drive Mode:Continuous shooting