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“Proof of Life” Photography – Part 2 – Proof of Eagles

By | 2017-09-24T01:09:11+00:00 December 30th, 2013|Art-Ness, Bird Species, Blog, Pacific Northwest, Photography, Raptors|

This fork in the Nooksack is a known spot for Bald Eagles scavenging salmon carcasses in the winter ... the fish now expired after their long haul upstream. The salmon fulfilled their life mission -- leaving their legacy in eggs laid among pebbles of the river bed.

“Proof of Life” Photography – Part 1

By | 2017-09-24T01:15:57+00:00 December 27th, 2013|Art-Ness, Bird Species, Blog, Featured, Pacific Northwest, Photography, Raptors|

In the Northwest, you're working with multiple environmental factors when making wildlife pictures. From a technical standpoint, the most dramatic adaptation in this gorgeous green zone is light -- both quality and quantity of light. You're always playing the odds with rain, clouds, diffusion, and time.

Balde Interloper

By | 2010-09-27T23:20:52+00:00 September 27th, 2010|Blog, Raptors|

I was shooting in the fog -- the silhouettes of crows foraging at low tide -- when every bird on the beach suddenly flushed and flew into the mist ...

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