Cloudy weekend Eagles

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  1. jtee

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    Cloudy conditions but was surprised on some decent results.

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    Very nice shots. Love the last one!
     
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    Awesome shot's Jtee....I envy your set up on the water. I have tried to catch my local Eagles at the lake but the aren't consistent on which one they go to.

    Tight shots!
     
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    Cool captures, love the first one, awesome
     
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    All excellent, but really like #3 a LOT. Sorta like a F-15 over your shoulder. My 300mm won't cut the mustard over the water........Mike
     
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    As the others have mentioned, all great shots.
    I really love the first shot, in anticipation of what is about to happen, tail feathers and all.



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    I feel sorry for you with the equipment you seem to be forced to use in capturing your prey.;)
     
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    Thank you I have been trying for this type of shot for sometime......finally happened.

    Thank you Eric,its an awesome shoot up here maybe 3 or so more weeks depending on the weather before they start scattering.

    Thank you very much.

    I am not so sure they were quite close yesterday so you could have had some decent opportunities

    Thank you ........ Actually today I am quite sore in my shoulders and and left arm from all the action the last 3 days in a row at the River standing out in the elements for hours on end and of course handholding. But it is a pain that is well worth it .
     

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