Rory had the graciousness to come with me yesterday and show me one of the spots where he shoots his eagles. Campbell River, Vancouver Island BC is better know as the "Salmon fishing capital of the world" Just past the little city is a fish processing plant and there where so many eagles hanging around that I couldn't count them! One tree had maybe 15 of them sitting there just waiting to be photographed. With the Sigma 800 I couldn't get the whole tree in the picture just parts!. The shooting conditions where not that good: glaring very sharp light, low hanging clouds, and shooting against the light sky. I have had to work these pictures pretty hard in NC4.2 to get anything at all.... So to the pictures: Here is Rory with his D2H and the mighty 500 F4 AF-s Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) And now to the eagles View attachment 5664 View attachment 5665 View attachment 5666 View attachment 5667 View attachment 5668 I hope to go back there a sunny day, with much better light conditions and the D2X soon! If you want to see some more they are at www.pbase.com/andreasb/birds Once again thanks to Rory for showing me this amazing place, it's nice to have someone to shoot with here on Vancouver Island!