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September 27, 2012: Bald Eagle Leaving Nest
Bald Eagles
Credit & Copyright: Diana Leigh from Kent, WA
Bald Eagle Leaving Nest: Possibly spying a snack, one Bald Eagle takes off while another stands guard over the home front!

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2012-09-30 00:35:53
Inge from Canada about 5years ago said:
Oh to be at the right place at the right time. Well done.
Anne from Port Orchard WA about 5years ago said:
Incredible photograph AND photographer
Dad & Mom from Scio, OR about 5years ago said:
Once again a great picture. Thank you for sharing your talent.
Leah Greeley from Grover Beach, CA about 5years ago said:
What a great shot, Diana! Thank you for sharing.
Greg from Queensland, Au about 5years ago said:
Simply stunning. What a great moment captured. Thank you
Billy from Burbank about 5years ago said:
Beautiful shot!
S Greeley from Ogunquit, Maine about 5years ago said:
As always, you have the eye for capturing the subject at the right moment. I'll be the eagles would like a copy for their family album.
Sue Corley from South Florida about 5years ago said:
It isn't often I get the pleasure of viewing a stunning picture of our national symbol of freedom. Diana has captured the majesty of this magnificent bird. Her photography allows me to feel as though I am right there. That would not be possible here in Florida so I thank Diana for sharing her photos and her talent.
Irene from Florida about 5years ago said:
Wow! What a great photo.
Ali from Tehran about 5years ago said:
The first one was watching for the snack, the second one for the first one and you we watching both through your lens. Do you think someone else may be watching 'us'? ... a tender moment. Thank you Diana for sharing this.
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