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Eagles spotted on the way to Key West....

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Backdoctor, Aug 7, 2005.

  1. had to pull over, but these shots are way too cropped. Like 75%, needed either a 500 and 1.4x or a d2h in this instance :( 

    I saw the one on the post. He was talking a lot and looking up, then I saw the other one flying high over me

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    Not a great shot, but exciting to see an eagle anyhow. I'm gonna make some bumper stickers that say, : Caution: I stop for Eagles
     
  2. Both are nice, crisp, sharp images. What lens did you use for these shots?
     
  3. Flew

    Flew

    994
    Jan 25, 2005
    Alabama
    Harris, I'm surprised that you saw Eagles that far south at this time of the year. Good catches.
     
  4. Nice job, I think you need and deserve both a 500 and a D2X plus some nice legs and a head
     
  5. thanks, used the 300 f4 with the 1.4x on.
     
  6. thats why they call me ole eagle eye.. 8)
     
  7. Maybe you should have a serious discussion with my wife for me? I'll do the same for you. Oh wait, you have a d2x already! :D 
     
  8. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    I remember ol' Eagle eye in Marritt I.. You saw that guy a half mile away.

    I still love the memories of that trek you Fearless Foursome took. :>)))))

    Nice shots and so exciting to get an Eagle.
     
  9. Well..... start getting in shape, start exercising, take the right meds, cause Merritt III aint far away................... 8)
     
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