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15 Jan 2017 2:23PM
Fantastic and most opportune capture.Smile
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 160 16 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2017 2:27PM
Excellent Malcolm a super looking RaptorGrinGrinGrin

Cliff
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2017 2:27PM
This is a brilliant capture, good work!
Isabel GrinGrin
15 Jan 2017 2:30PM
Superb detail. Great image of a mean raptor SmileSmileSmile
Howard
15 Jan 2017 3:42PM
Well captured. Great image.
15 Jan 2017 4:22PM
They always look like they're frowning.Grin
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
15 Jan 2017 4:35PM
A fine fella.
rontear Plus
16 21 8 England
15 Jan 2017 4:36PM
Beautiful Malcolm, study in scavenging and resource of the wild. My award.
Ron
taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
15 Jan 2017 5:02PM
great close up!
15 Jan 2017 5:07PM
Mighty bird that wants to survive.
15 Jan 2017 5:23PM
Glad to make this excellent image 30 Malcolm..Lin
15 Jan 2017 5:28PM
Wow super shot. Cathy
15 Jan 2017 7:10PM
Stunning image , if you had planned this you could not have wished for a better result . Viv
JuBarney Plus
8 33 4 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2017 8:02PM
A terrific shot
Ju
ColleenA Plus
7 440 6 Australia
15 Jan 2017 9:09PM
An excellent shot
15 Jan 2017 10:28PM
What a wonderful image, great detail lovely colours superb capture, Malcolm.
BRITCHIE
AnnJ 8 5 Scotland
16 Jan 2017 12:04AM
Pure dead brilliant! Ann
Irishkate Plus
9 41 115 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2017 12:41AM
Well exposed with that white head - some great images from Alberta.
Kate Grin
16 Jan 2017 11:01AM
Sorry I've used my award ,just wish I'd had another to give to you for this outstanding image
Mike_Smith Plus
12 600 1 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2017 7:57PM
Stunning Bird of Prey, cracking capture. Would be great to see one like this in its natural enviroment
17 Jan 2017 3:46AM
Great shot of this bald eagle. I,have often wondered what this country would have been like if we had made, as Ben Franklin had wanted, the turkey our national symbol.

Peter

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