Bald Eagle Birdscape

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Bald Eagle Birdscape

Equipment:
Nikon D850, Nikon 35MM Lens,

Location:
Kachemak Bay, Alaska

Habitat:
China Poot Inlet Off of Kachemak Bay

Date Taken:
2018-03-15

Alan Murphy

Alan Murphy

Growing up surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Ireland and England, Alan developed a love for birds and nature early on. He was a quick study of these birds and upon immigrating to the US in the early 1980's, Alan was thrilled to find many new species and their habitats to learn about and explore. After studying field guides, he too wanted to capture similar images, and so began his quest to learn photography. Much of Alan's spare time became devoted to chasing the perfect shot. His artistic background cultivated his creative use of perches with uncluttered backgrounds and excellent lighting. Over the years this became Alan's signature: gorgeous perches paired with beautiful birds showcasing their natural environment with simple elegance.What began as a peaceful and passionate hobby, Alan has now refined into a growing photography business. Besides the numerous photographs he loves to acquire, Alan is equally enthusiastic about leading workshops and teaching other photographers how to capture the perfect image. He is an award winning photographer with numerous publications, a Nikon Professional Service member, a Wimberly Professional Service member, and the author a CD book entitled The Guide to Songbird Set-Up Photography. He enjoys traveling the country speaking at festivals and photo clubs. Alan and his wife Kim raise their children in the Houston area, where he can be found immersing himself in the local and migrating birds along the coast, valley and hill country of Texas.

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Nickolas Haramis
Nickolas Haramis

What a magnificent BIF plus landscape. One would think the President Trump would move heaven and earth to protect this iconic symbol of strength and majesty. Instead he continues to kill creatures of nature by siding with those who will do the dirty work so he can continue his quest to undermine the solid reputation of the previous President of USA. How did this happen?