Home, from where eagles fly …


As much as I love photographing small birds, I cannot describe what it feels like to be in the presence of a wedge-tailed eagle in the wild.  It is a magnificent bird!  It is Australia’s largest bird of prey and looks like a harrier jet in the sky.  I’m always on the lookout for them when I’m in their country.  This one was large and breathtakingly powerful.

I’m home for a few hours after my Midwest outback trip with hundreds of photographs and having experienced amazing moments.  It’s time to get back to work with a big week ahead but I’ll catch up on blogging when I have more time over the weekend.

For now … fly high.

Until next time

As always

a dawn bird


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