This reflection struck me as an interesting composition, with marshy grass at the top and the tree trunks reaching down toward the image’s bottom…
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Great Egret catching some dinner with its reflection mirroring its every move.
Adult Male Bald Eagle carries a large branch back to the nest.
Adult Bald Eagle perched over pond.
Adult Bald Eagle zeroing in on a target after leaving its perch. Sheer focus and concentration !!!
That huge wingspan and those intimidating talons must be frightening to their prey.
Adult Bald Eagle taking off …
Centerport Bald Eagles - After delivering a new branch to the nest for some winter renovations, Mr. V's construction project apparently overtook the serenity of the nest. Mom, gave him an earful, then decided to give him some room and exited stage right. I'm sure we can all relate...photo taken December 15, 2018.
Heavy contrasted photograph of some Driftwood. Using a long 500 mm f/4 Telephoto Prime Lens on a crop sensor provided an effective focal length of 750 mm. Camera settings were, f/6.3, 1/1,250/second, and ISO 1,000, which provided some nice compression and a relatively shallow depth of field.
Black & White Harbor capture. The symetry and reflections were interesting in this light.
I was fortunate to see Five Hooded Mergansers gather on a pond. Three Male and Two Female, leading to the title, “Full House”…
A Great Egret perched on some drift wood.
A Mallard paddling away…
A treat to have the opportunity to observe!
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