Flying High

An eagle that soared to new heights. A lucky shot of him with the moon as a background extra. Taken at lock and dam 14 in LeClaire Iowa

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  • Valentina Manfredini 4y

    complimenti per explore, bello scatto

  • Philippe Rouzet 4y

    génial ce cadrage double lune/animal
  • Indrė Narbutaitė 4y

  • marcello ciappi 4y

    Magnifica foto, complimenti !!!
  • tony babcock 4y

    This is one incredible shot !!! The moon in the background just make it sing !! The detail you managed to get on the eagle is fantastic
  • ilaria provenzi 4y

    great work
  • Wun Wacky World 4y

    Fantastic catch !!!!
  • Rob 4y

    Great shot Caig, excellent timing. Funny how the more you shoot the 'luckier' you get.
  • Stéphane 4y

    nice shot :-)
  • José Iping 4y

  • Ken 4y

    What a great photo, love the colors and the detail in this shot. A "Favorite" for sure! Good work and Congrats on EXPLORE!

    Would love your input on a new set of street portraits from Vietnam that I'm working on when you get a chance!
    The Faces of Vietnam - Bien Hoa by ken_class
  • Harpa Hrund 4y

    Beautiful photo, well done!
    greetings from Iceland
  • smokeytoo 4y

    Love the moon in the background. Beautiful capture.
  • Bart HOLOWATY 4y

    WOW!!!!!! Superb Pic ;)
    Excellent and very nice Image
    ...keep up your really good work ;-)


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  • monchoparis 3y

    amazing catch, brilliant framing !
  • Kovac´s 3y

    Beautiful !!!
  • Michael Gibson 3y

    Very Nice Capture
  • Fereydoon Khadiv 3y

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  • bashta39 3y

    Fantastic Shot!
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Taken on February 13, 2011
  • EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
  • ƒ/11.0
  • 400.0 mm
  • 1/320
  • 100
  • Flash (off, did not fire)
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