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Mar 22, 2013 18:51 |  #61

First time seeing a Bald Eagle carrying prey that large. Good job on snapping this.




  
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Mar 23, 2013 06:41 |  #62

How the hell did I ever miss these?!!!
Wow.
Amazing pictures, Ian. Never seen anything like it. That darn goose is just about bigger than the eagle itself and must really weigh a ton! Extraordinary captures.
Really, the things you sometimes get to see (and photograph) in your part of the world never cease to amaze me, Ian.


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Mar 23, 2013 06:45 |  #63

typeRsdslr wrote in post #15744099 (external link)
Fab series,awesome timing.

gen2roller wrote in post #15744195 (external link)
Way awesome

JTF wrote in post #15744798 (external link)
First time seeing a Bald Eagle carrying prey that large. Good job on snapping this.

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #15746035 (external link)
How the hell did I ever miss these?!!!
Wow.
Amazing pictures, Ian. Never seen anything like it. That darn goose is just about bigger than the eagle itself and must really weigh a ton! Extraordinary captures.
Really, the things you sometimes get to see (and photograph) in your part of the world never cease to amaze me, Ian.

Thanks folks! @ Levina, yes, all one must do is get out and see what's going on around one! Something I haven't done a lot of since my Florida trip ;)


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