Post by Compost Pharmer on Nov 19, 2008 16:16:22 GMT -6
Hay Axeman, Thanks for watermarking your pics so someone can't print them, make copies and sell them. Please make sure the watermark can not be removed. The wife and I love your pics and hope you will continue to post them. She says they are beautiful.
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Post by Pharmer Phil on Nov 19, 2008 16:51:55 GMT -6
Great Pics Axe... Bro, watermarking them is a good move.. exceptional photography my phriend
Bro, I have alot of Falcons up here, we have one that sits down the road everyday, and one landed in the tree above me last summer. just sat there and eyeballed me..or maybe it was those lil kittens we had
You have done it again!! Absolutely stunning pictures! I hope you do get a webstore going- my husband LOVES eagles and a print of some of these would be a wonderful gift for him. Please post a link when you get it up and going!!
This is only the beginning of the season and there aren't that many here YET. Most season's we will have 200 to 300 in a five mile strech of the river. The most eagles we've ever photographed in a single tree was 19. With the cold air filtering in and the lakes up north iceing over, we're hoping for a good season.
If you would like to see some red tail hawk photos, check out "Hawk on our deck" thread. Eagles are our main photographic pursuit but we've expanded to photographing any and all wild life we come across. It's really challenging to get that "great shot" but lot's of phun too.
I'll get that one posted one of these days. Been real busy getting shots of the eagles that are still here. The DNR's official count in January was 728 eagles in an area 10 miles north and 5 miles south of our lock and dam. but there's only about 100 left now. They are working thier way back north along the Mississippi River.
Glad you like them. We love watching and photographing them. They are awsome indeed. The season is pretty much over for us for this year. Most of the eagles have headed north for the season with only a handfull left here. We're looking forward to getting some shots along the border waters in late May on our annual trip up that way.