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Soaring
Soaring
Our adrenalin flies off the chart as this bald eagle sweeps right over the top of our photography skiff on Hamlin Lake. My son Brad and I have set out this morning in our tiny Boston Whaler to try to show another avid bird photographer, Dr. Zane Knoer, an eagle to photograph. We are getting a better eagle show than we could have dreamed.
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Protecting the Family
Protecting the Family
We took our Heaven on Hamlin Weekend Workshop students on a pontoon boat ride to the southern edge of the Ludington State Park to try to photograph bald eagles. After a long search, we found this eagle perched near the nest. It appeared to be guarding the nest from other predators.
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Love Birds
Love Birds
A pair of mature bald eagles sits majestically on a favorite perch in one of the largest white pine trees in Ludington State Park. It took months for Brad and me to learn the daily habits and haunts of several mature eagles we discovered at the park. I was able to make this photograph not only because we had learned where to look for these eagles, but also because we had learned how and how close we could approach without alarming them. Experience is a good teacher. I was rewarded with one of my all-time favorite wildlife images.
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Taking Flight
Taking Flight
A not yet fully mature bald eagle begins to take off from a fishing perch on Hamlin Lake at Ludington State Park. This eagle is one of the first of several mature and immature bald eagles Brad and I photographed for several months. Finding the rare birds and photographing them without interfering with their daily routines is a challenge Brad and I passionately and intensely pursue. I remember our first eagle sighting. We were raging with hunters' fever. I don't know how we ever got off a shot, let alone a good one. But soon good teamwork, strategy and self-control led to images like this.
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Hamlin Lake Off Pontoon Boat (1003)
Hamlin Lake Off Pontoon Boat (1003)
Hamlin Lake Off Pontoon Boat
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Air Force
Air Force
Over time man has designed and built many beautiful things-the Colosseum in Rome, the Statue of Liberty, and the 1965 Ford Mustang just to name a few. They are each a perfect blending of beautiful lines and powerful angles. However, none of them compare to one of God's most beautiful creations of all time, the bald eagle.
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Hamlin Lake in Fog During Workshop (2926)
Hamlin Lake in Fog During Workshop (2926)
Hamlin Lake in Fog During Workshop
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Eagles in Muskegon (2959)
Eagles in Muskegon (2959)
Eagles in Muskegon
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Rachel\'s Day 23 of 366 - January 22, 2020
Rachel's Day 23 of 366 - January 22, 2020
A bald eagle takes flight off from a utility pole overlooking the Pere Marquette River along Old US31. Nikon D810. F6.3 at 1/1250, ISO 6400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. Handheld without a flash. January 23, 2020 at 8:54pm.
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Screaming Eagle
Screaming Eagle
Venturing deeper into wildlife photography has been a wonderful challenge. We invested a lot of money into a 500-millimeter Nikon F4 lens and a new carbon fiber tripod designed for heavy telephoto lenses. We quickly learned that even with the best equipment, great wildlife photographs depend most of all on the light and capturing the defining moment. After a year of searching for the bald eagle shot I had always pre-visualized at the Ludington State Park, my luck changed on July 25, 2007.
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Rachel\'s Day 25 of 366 - January 26, 2020
Rachel's Day 25 of 366 - January 26, 2020
Two bald eagles perch on a branch near Crossroads Church on US10 between Custer and Scottville, Michigan. Nikon D810. F6.3 at 1/8000, ISO 6400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 25, 2020 at 2:09pm.
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Birds\' Eye View
Birds' Eye View
Seeing one bald eagle on a perch from 30 yards away is a rush; seeing a pair of eagles from that distance is breathtaking. It is no wonder why the founding fathers of this great nation chose the bald eagle to represent the pride of America. Eagles are majestic and powerful looking creatures, and when you see how large their talons are, you quickly respect them as well.
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Rain Dance
Rain Dance
The rain rarely stops my dad and me from getting outdoors to photograph. Today, we stood in the freezing rain and fog along the shores of Mona Lake near Muskegon, Michigan to photograph bald eagles. Our good friend, Louise Olson, had told us several eagles congregate near the east edge of the lake by some open water. Sure enough, we were not even out of the truck yet and could see several eagles. The rain and fog are what make this photograph more unique.
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Ludington State Park (4608)
Ludington State Park (4608)
Ludington State Park
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On Eagle's Wings - Panoramic
Having multiple camera lenses is a blessing and a curse. After a long snowy hike back from Big Point Sable Lighthouse, I spotted six bald eagles in a row of tall white pines about a quarter mile ahead. Of course, I had my wide-angle lens on my camera, and I scrambled for my telephoto as each bird took flight and soared overhead. Once I had the proper equipment ready, a seventh bird, an immature bald eagle, came into view.
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Rachel\'s Day 35 of 366 - February 4, 2020
Rachel's Day 35 of 366 - February 4, 2020
Nikon D810. F6.3 at 1/800, ISO 800. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. Handheld without a flash. February 4, 2020 at 5:30pm.
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On Eagle\'s Wings
On Eagle's Wings
Having multiple camera lenses is a blessing and a curse. After a long snowy hike back from Big Point Sable Lighthouse, I spotted six bald eagles in a row of tall white pines about a quarter mile ahead. Of course, I had my wide-angle lens on my camera, and I scrambled for my telephoto as each bird took flight and soared overhead. Once I had the proper equipment ready, a seventh bird, an immature bald eagle, came into view.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 55 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 55 of 365
I don't consider myself a great wildlife photographer. When I think of some of the all-time greats, I think of Carl Sams, Jim Brandenburg, and Franz Lanting. I was excited this morning when I watched over twenty bald eagles fight over a couple of dead deer north of Custer. I came home with one photograph I was proud of. F5.6 at 1/1600, ISO 800, 600 mm lens with 1.4 extender at 850 mm
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Sight Seeing
Sight Seeing
Sight Seeing
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