It’s been a really full day of photography. Beginning with a friend and attending a morning “Birds of Prey” Photography workshop with David Muse of Baltimore Photo Safari, the opportunity to photograph six raptors in natural settings was spectacular.
Ending with this beautiful American Bald Eagle, who came out of his cage rather upset and with a minor injury on his wing. He was quite vocal with his discontent, so only a few moments were allowed to try to capture him before he was returned to his sanctuary.
About 700 images were captured of these six birds, and it’ll take a while to go through and process. But that was just the beginning of the day for photographs. My friend Portraits by Alicyn Drew attended the photo workshop with me, and I enlisted her for some additional shooting.
Beginning with a pair of Corvettes that are to be put up for sale shortly, and ending with a portrait shoot at the barn with Remy Martin and Javalin.
I’m looking forward to seeing Alicyn’s magic that she creates between her camera and stellar Photoshop ability.
Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend. Bella
Categories: 2013 Project 365, Birds, Nature
Sounds like a very busy day, Emily!! Wonderful pic go this Bald Eagle, can’t wait to see the rest of your pics!!
That was one grumpy Eagle. I’m downloading images now excited about all of them!!! Had fun hanging out
It was a fabulous day Ali and loved spending time with you. Can’t wait to see your magic. 🙂
The eagle is awesome!
By Corvettes, I assume that you mean automobiles and not small warships, but one never knows what you’re going to come up with. 😉
Oh yes..matching Corvettes. One convertible, one Z06. Vroom Vroom!
The cars were less grumpy then the eagle 🙂
what a stunning photo!
Thank you so much!
I noticed you adjusted your watermark, looks good!
I wouldn’t be happy if I was caged for a lil while either lol great capture!
I did it only on that one as the pic is rather awesome. I’d hate to have someone steal that one.
ah, that works!
So guess what..”theIncabag” stole two of my images, placed them on his blog AFTER he removed my small watermark and put his on. I caught him today. Claims he removed the offending images. Jeezzz….
see??? this is what annoys me lately, one thieving troll after another, I’m actually putting a faded watermark across my photos now, need to think of something with my writing too mmmm…
I really would prefer not to put a watermark dead center, but the boldness of this person makes me feel like I have to. Such a shame as I’d rather people be able to enjoy my images without the interference.
The only alternative I guess is to put a password on your blog, I’m actually doing that right now. The watermark doesn’t have to be very bold either, just faded 🙂
Faded would work…thanks. 🙂
Hope it will work for you ^_^
Wow. You alerted me that you would be photographing birds of prey today, but this sneak preview already exceeds my expectations. I can’t wait to see some more images.
Oh I owe you more Mike ! I think I’ve picked out my favorite out of the bunch. I’ll make I post them on Wednesday. This one is the best. 🙂
Fabulous shot of this upset eagle, Emily. What a busy day you’ve had, but it must have been so rewarding. 🙂
It really was a super busy day, but what fun ! Made sure I rested on Monday to get geared up again for more fun.
Reblogged this on My Blog snuppy.
Thanks for sharing this with your readers Paul.
like my blog also, please ! 😀
Oh dear, he doess look upset…but a wonderful capture Emily
We all felt sorry for the little fellow. He had a cut on his wing. Beautiful bird isn’t he?
Wonderful shot poor bird 😦
Sounds like my kind of day fresh batteries and lots of media cards 🙂
Oh we probably would never get home from a photo expedition. There is so much to explore. 🙂
Surly you are right 🙂 Love seeing what has been placed before us 🙂
Any day you see a bald eagle is a good day.
You’re absolutely right Phil ! Thanks!
It’s no wonder the bald eagle is so important to Americans. Beautiful