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East Nassau, NY Strolling toward an abandoned barn, a tiny, fuzzy body tumbled toward me, unaware of my presence. And then another. And another. It was a litter...
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In late July, I threw down $300+ to book a last-minute helicopter glacier walk with Coastal Helicopters. Blue skies, blue water, sunshine of the non-liquid...
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This year, Tamara came to Haines, AK, to celebrate her 60th birthday through an extended stay, commemorating the occasion with professional portrait photography in her...
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After photographing Nicole & Andrew at the plane crash of  Sólheimasandur, Iceland, we had just enough time on the way to the airport to capture...
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When two bald eagles fancy one another, courtship is dramatic. They'll soar high in the sky, lock talons, and spin as they hurtle toward Earth. This dance is often...
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Kim Clune
Kim Clune 3 years ago
Thanks, Ryan! It's true. No matter how many times you see them (and in Alaska, it's lots) it never gets old. They're majesty and raw power, as you mention, always astounds. It's more of a treat to see when in a location where they're rare! How lucky!!
Ryan Biddulph
Ryan Biddulph 3 years ago
Kim these shots are unreal. I marvel at the talons of these majestic birds. My sister saw one in her yard in New Jersey a few years ago; a handful of nesting pairs live in our home state. Talk about raw power!
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