Learning Curves

I hardly know where to begin because it's been several months that I've been working on improving my Eagle skills...observing, and photographing behaviors. 

It began when I reached out to a fellow blogger, who just happens to be one of the most AWESOME photographers, storytellers, and educators and intellects I know.  After several emails across the pond (and then some), I had finally made up my mind to purchase a new DSLR.  Since that purchase, I have also acquired (thanks to him) a great lens as well as other necessities (camera gear).  

So I went from viewing my nest (263 yds away) with a scope, binoculars and my "zoomer" to using binoculars and a telephoto lens affixed to the DSLR.

Today and going forward, I am Thankful to Stewart for his guidance, help and overflowing patience with all my questions.  This one's for you, Pal...:)

just seeing, saying, and sharing...

Learning Curves

with you and those at


Ann said…
Always good to have expert advice with stuff like that.
Great photos of these nesting Bald Eagles in CT. And thank you for leaving that comment on my blog. (I've also added you to my blog list.) I've loved Bald Eagles since I was a child, and I'm happy they're making a come back here in CT. I'm also thrilled to get my first photo of one!
eileeninmd said…
Wow, awesome shot of the eagles on the nest. Well done.

Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend!
Susie said…
JP, That is a beautiful photo. Fabulous job young lady. I bet Stewart is proud of how well you learned. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Oh beautiful! Did I mention the eagle that was hanging out on the lake in January? He was coming down on to the ice to snatch the fishy remains the ice fishermen left behind. My next door neighbor saw him in one of her trees a few times. So cool! And your photos are always incredible!!

Jane x
betty-NZ said…
It's always good to keep learning and reaching out to others who know more than we do! Well done.
Great images and I am sure they are more fun these days :)
Stewart M said…
Thank you so much for these comments! Glad to have been of help - and glad to continue helping!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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