More Bald Eagles from MY POND (6).
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Howard Kearley
Registered: Jul 16, 2008
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Love these!

Howard



martines34
Registered: Jun 23, 2008
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Wonderful captures.

It is nice of you to share the images with us.



martines34
Registered: Jun 23, 2008
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Wonderful captures.

It is nice of you to share the images with us.



Martin Good
Registered: Mar 16, 2008
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Wow, these are super Ted!
Martin



CDaescher
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Super set, Tony and those BG's in the last four are very cool.
Chris



Charlie Shugart
Registered: Feb 06, 2007
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Ted-
The Peanut Gallery thinks these pictures are swell .
I know that bald eagles catch live fish, and I know they grab floating dead fish.
I wish there was some way to look at a photograph and tell which "hunting" procedure was used.
I suspect that from a distance, even the photog can't tell for certain which scenario he or she saw.
Life's a beach.
Charlie



surfnron
Registered: Dec 17, 2004
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These are all great Ted - no picks ~ Ron



Ted ellis
Registered: Aug 08, 2007
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Charlie Shugart wrote:
Ted-
The Peanut Gallery thinks these pictures are swell .
I know that bald eagles catch live fish, and I know they grab floating dead fish.
I wish there was some way to look at a photograph and tell which "hunting" procedure was used.
I suspect that from a distance, even the photog can't tell for certain which scenario he or she saw.
Life's a beach.
Charlie


The series will tell you this was a live fish Charlie. I threw it in the river.
Thanks for the reply!



raymondjbarlow
Registered: Mar 16, 2006
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Beauties Ted! I hope to head down soon!



Ted ellis
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OldProf wrote:
Excellent Ted. Congrats
Saba



Thanks Saba!



Ted ellis
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birdied wrote:
Beautiful shots Ted !

Birdie


Thank you Roberta.



Ted ellis
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troylim wrote:
Lucky you....wish I have some here too


Seems you do Troy. I wish some more for you. Thanks for the reply!



Ted ellis
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Rob Tillyer wrote:
Wow good stuff Ted, #4 is my favourite.

Rob



Thanks Rob!



Ted ellis
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KCollett wrote:
Nice angle on #2. That one is my pick. Nice set Ted!


Thanks Ken!



12bar
Registered: Jul 03, 2006
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Wow, how cool is it to have something like that on your own property. Great shot #3 would also get my vote.



Ted ellis
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harshaj1 wrote:
Great looking shots Ted. #3 is my top pick.
Harsha



Thank you Harsha!



Ted ellis
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Chris B. wrote:
Very nice set Ted!

FYI, it's quite possible that the tagged bird is a local from down the road at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds. I understand that there are quite a few nesting pairs on all that Army property.


Thanks for the reply Chris. Quite possible.



Ted ellis
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Thomas Sanders wrote:
3 and 4 are Killa's UT, wonderful exposures

Tom


Thanks Tom....you my hummer/BE man



Ted ellis
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KirkB wrote:
Excellent series Ted... #3 is just fantastic.

Kirk


My fav too Kirk! Thanks for the reply!

Ted



Ted ellis
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kmunroe wrote:
very nice set Ted


Thanks Kenny!



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