L'aigle royal, puissance et majesté.
Absolutely beautiful creature and wonderfully captured after it's had a meal :)
19 Aug 2007 8:54am
@Bob!: Thanks Bob for your comment.
Great series, Henri. These raptors are awe-inspiring....and a bit scary, too! :)
19 Aug 2007 5:37pm
@Carson: Many thanks Carson.
Beautiful photo u made here, my compliments.
19 Aug 2007 5:46pm
@MookE: Thanks a lot for your visit.
Impresionante. Buen disparo.
19 Aug 2007 8:07pm
@Jose: Muchas gracias Jose.
There are a lot of crappy pictures on this photoblog hosting and they get tons of comments, but awesome pictures like this get little attention. Love your work and great capture. Keep up the good work. Great camera by the way.
19 Aug 2007 8:21pm
@Persian King: Thanks very much for your very kind words. My Pentax K10D is effectively a good camera. That helps!
Jolie photo !
20 Aug 2007 12:24am
@ROLANDs: Merci beaucoup Roland.
Henri these last two captures are STUNNING very well done!
20 Aug 2007 12:36am
@MaryB: Thanks Mary. Eagles are naturaly stunning.
argh, avec le morceau de viande au bout du bec... très chouette ambiance, ce bout de sang apporte son petit truc à la photo, ce n'est pas "juste" une belle tête d'aigle... Bien joué! Terrible cadrage et couleurs, j'aime beaucoup cette photo!
20 Aug 2007 7:56am
@Soph: Merci beaucoup Sophie pour tous tes très riches commentaires.
Henri, your takes are impressive! I am jealous, they are so crisp & clear.
My camera at the time was not the best.
21 Aug 2007 5:31pm
@Manuela Photography: OK, my K10D is quite a semi-professional camera but our photos were not take is the same conditions. I was outside in a shiny day, and you were quite inside (maybe inside) with artificial lights. Just compare the EXIF. My photo is at 1/1000 sec and F/5.6 and yours is at 1/30 sec and F/3.5. At your speed it's not easy to catch something without move.
C'est de la confiture qu'il a sur le bec ;o))))
22 Aug 2007 7:45am
@Inés: De la confiture de boeuf !! :D
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