My favorite wildlife subjects are raptors, including our Nation's symbol - the Bald Eagle. In this blog I will talk about juvenile Bald Eagles and the techniques and settings I use to successfully photograph them flying, fishing, fighting, and resting.
Whenever possible I include objects of interest in the foreground of my landscape images. This technique provides my viewers with a better sense of scale and gives the photograph a sense of depth that could not be achieved otherwise. What do you think of these two photographs?
The below picture shows a young Hooded Merganser and a crayfish flying through the air. This image was captured in the middle of the story of the Merganser and the Crayfish. Read on for the beginning and end of the story. Who gets something to eat and who escapes?
While photographing birds at Burke Lake Park in Burke, Virginia, a Bald Eagle was treated to a easy dinner when a Great Blue Heron dropped a fish in the middle of the lake. Below is the story told through several images.
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