Eagle Shots from Spring Cleaning

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Doing the annual spring file cleanup/archive and ran across a few eagle shots that I never processed.

This one was way under exposed. Shot in RAW so it wasn't hard to recover.

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Another bad exposure. Still had it in my "inbox" because it was such a closeup. This is full frame other than cropping for format. Also the horizon was off bad enough that I had to do a little cloning of the water after levelling it out.

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This one had the left wing clipped but I had kept it becaue there was so much detail. Just cropped it to clip the other wing. He/she also had a piece of moss stuck on one talon that was a pain to clone out.

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I like the last one best as the bg does not take anything away from the eagle and the eagle is looking towards you.

It would be nice if the wings were not clipped. However, the clipping occurs "equally" on both wings. The focus is on the face and talons.
 

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