Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

This one was completely serendipity in action.  I had arrived at an Eagles Nest where I wanted to take pictures of the two young in the nest.  My camera was handy but, set up for some still shots I had been taking earlier.  I saw the adult coming in to the nest, popped the camera up and started shooting.  Unfortunately or fortunately, as the case may be, I was in aperture priority mode at f14 and ended up with a pretty low shutter speed.  I panned with the landing eagle and ended up tracking reasonably well, but there was plenty of subject motion involved too.  This is the result:

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About birds n' bugs

Retired, living in SW Florida and spending my time at nature photography in my local area. I volunteer with a couple of local organizations to help my adopted home town. Travelling is now by airplane and car instead of a sailboat but happy anyway.
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9 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

  1. chasingadulthood says:

    It came out pretty good… I must admit. I like it a lot.
    I must admit that I’m completely amature and have not done much bout photography, learned to use manual settings but am still… figuring out… how to get great shots. That and I need more subjects that inspire me.

  2. Northern Narratives says:

    Great photo.

  3. Wow… STUNNING …. 😛

  4. Editor says:

    Looks good the way it is. You see the usual photos everywhere.

  5. reb says:

    Wow! what a great shot for the movement…

  6. Brad says:

    Wonderful serendipity!

  7. Margie says:

    It is like a wonderful painting!

  8. Jo Bryant says:

    that would look fabulous on a wall

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