A Word a Week Photograph Challenge: Orange (TWO Bald Eagles – look closely)

Posted: June 2, 2014 in Bald Eagle, Birds, Nature, Nature Photography, Photography, Wisconsin, Wisconsin River
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Double Bald Eagle- February 15, 2014 - 2064

Few people I know think of “Orange”** when they think “bald eagles” and yet there they were — two of them orange from the cloud-filtered sun. I photographed them as they cavorted along the Wisconsin River this winter, but I took hundreds of photos of the bald eagles along the river and didn’t even look at this one for more than a month after it was taken. When I did, I did a double take. Not only did I have orange bald eagles but I had two of them, but with only one head. While a bit unusual, I thought viewers of the A Word a Week Photograph Challenge: Orange might enjoy this date with nature.

** To be clear, the beak and claws of mature bald eagles are a fairly bright orange and if you happen to be focusing your attention on either or both of these parts of a mature bald eagle, orange may indeed leap to mind.

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  1. amiloo says:

    That is so cool

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