It’s that time of year when bald eagles, great blue herons and photographers flock to where Big Beef Creek and the Hood Canal meet in Seabeck, Washington during low tide. (Photos by Meegan M. Reid / Kitsap Sun)
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Our new bald eagle “Freedom” is doing well with her flight training! She is a big, powerful, female, and definitely a happy challenge for her trainers. Freedom suffered internal damage from poisoning, and she was deemed non-releasable and transferred to WBS as her forever home.
Pictured is Freedom with trainer Lindsey Day (@birds_and_snakes)
Swipe to see the difference (edited first pic, natural second pic). I try to always minimally edit my photos, mainly because I get distracted easily and don’t like to spend more than a minute on any photo. My favorite type of shot is when an animal is in light and the background is dark, so upping blacks and decreasing shadows usually gets the look I love without having to photoshop it in as I think that looks fake (details lost on individual feathers that would be smoothed over, etc). What do you think? This is Denali, a rescued bald eagle who lives at The Wildlife Learning Center. #baldeagle#eagle#nikon