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  1. TCimages

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    Couple shots from today:

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    and a couple gulls
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  2. doenoe

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    Awesome. Love the light in the last 2.
    It would be great to see those majestic birds of prey fly around in the wild....i envy you :)
     
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    Ditto the comments on the light and the envy! I've only seen eagles in the wild a few times, and they were too far away to get good shots. 2 and 3 are my faves of this series...love the eyeball staring in #2, and the pretty light in #3.
     
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    Great photos. I may be going to an area where Eagles migrate toward the end of January. Hope to get some good photos. Thanks for sharing these!
     
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    thanks for all the nice comments. I must say it's amazing to see these birds in the wild.
     
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    sure, just rub it in ;)
     

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