Otters and Eagle.

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  1. Oldfireguy

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    Wow! I like two and three! Onboard flash is a bit harsh in 1. Wheres Lostprophet?!
     
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    Nice series. Otters are so cute.........How does one get so close to an Eagle? Yesterday I went to an Eagle watch At a State Park In Illinois and found the Eagles to be skiddish. They didn't let anyone get to close.
     
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    Oh MAAAAN!!! These are amazing!!!!!!!!!!! Way to go, Fred. Sweet shots. Love how the otters look like they're cuddling in that first shot (or were caught in the act. They look a little guilty to me). Excellent dof too. And that eagle shot, well, bravo. When did you take these?
     
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    really like the sharpness of shot 3.
     
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    Anty they were shot today. Had Randie out using her camera.

    Scooter this is an injured eagle at a game refuge who couldn't fly.

    Thanks for all the comments everyone.
     
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    Whose camera were they taken on? Just wondering.... [​IMG]
     
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    I was asleep, but awoke during the night sensing that Otters had been posted.

    And what stunning shots they are, and I have to agree with Anti that they do look a bit guilty
     
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    ^^^ (And I'll bet every word of that is true!)

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    Are those full grown otters? They have such babyfaces, very cute.
     
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    Anty, how could you even think I would use my wife's camera that I bought her for her use only. I used mine.

    Full grown or not, I have no clue. I suppose they could be younger otters.
     

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