[PE001] Received HIGHLY HONORED recognition from NATURE'S BEST PHOTOGRAPHY, WINDLAND SMITH RICE INTERNATIONAL AWARDS. Every winter, Bald Eagles come to Skagit River from all over the continent expecingpost-spawned salmon. I was drifting along the river on a boat and saw an eagle approaching. The eagle flew directly toward the spot I was preparing to photograph. This image is made from four consecutive shots stitched into one. It fulfilled my dream of capturing the patterns of wing profiles in flight.
June 12th, 2010
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