Posted by Bookfool (Mississippi, United States) on 25 July 2009 in Animal & Insect.
25 Jul 2009 7:46am
@Silverado Photography: Thank you!
Wow Booky that is one impressive macro, what a lovely, lovely photo, and I know he's saying exactly that ;)
25 Jul 2009 9:32am
@Lorraine: It was sooo hot. I really felt sorry for the animals that didn't have a pool to dive into.
Too close for comfort to old baldy methinks. Great portrait
25 Jul 2009 9:48am
@grouser: Nah. I used a 300mm. Those guys do have an intense look, when they happen to glance your way, though.
25 Jul 2009 10:02am
@Eleftheria: Thank you!
25 Jul 2009 11:38am
@Joanne: Thank you!
If that isn't a Five Star image, I don't know what is! *****
25 Jul 2009 12:12pm
@Judy: Well, thank you, Judy!
What an angry face, and I wouldn't get too close to that grumpy old eagle on a hot day.
25 Jul 2009 11:27pm
@Richard Irwin: I don't think I'd want to walk in to have a chat with him.
Magnificent eagle which you knew how to catch, I like its expression and naturally its piercing eye Bravo ;)
26 Jul 2009 5:07pm
@Pixim: Thank you! He does have a frightening look of intensity, doesn't he?
A great shot... and the expression is just how those guys look... I helped out a mockingbird one time and that guy really looked mean.
26 Jul 2009 10:52pm
@Earnest: Yes, they're a little on the severe side. We had a hawk go after a chihuahua, locally. The owner went after the hawk with a broom and grabbed the pup, but Mr. Hawk was determined and tried to fly right into the house. Poor hawk got the door slammed on his feet. Ouch.
I love this one! And, yes, it is getting a bit hot up here, too.
27 Jul 2009 11:18am
@Lesley: It's not really as bad as it could be, at the moment (knock wood). Maybe the clouds are helping. We're only getting into the lower 90's, now. It's miserable, though. The humidity combined with 90 heat is gruesome.
whoa! excellent portrait! his expression is priceless : )
27 Jul 2009 8:07pm
Book, that is really good!
27 Jul 2009 10:18pm
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