Missed Opportunities and the Wrong Lighting


As I explained to my photo guru what I felt happened in these shots, he chuckled and stated, “That’s the joy of wildlife photography.”  I know when these eagles will be on their nest — and I’m glad there is two of them because I thought one had gone on to the great fishing grounds — unfortunately, when these two are on their nest the sun is on the back-side of the nest, which puts the light shining into my lens.  My gear is good enough to pull off this shot, because they’re within a hundred yards and no I can’t get closer — at least not without trespassing or scaring the eagles.  So the question is, will they be there three to four hours later in the day when the lighting will be more favorable?


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