Macro Monday is easy to play, snap a macro (or any close-up) photo, post it on your blog and come back here and sign MckLinky. :) MM started on Sept 29, 2008 - THANX to all of you for helping make it such a fun start to the week!
Oh Lisa! the pictures are beautiful. The first picture looks like the Eagle is saying Grace before he digs in to his prey!Awesome photo's..
Well, it's just me, but I could have done with just the nice posing picture. It may be the realities of life, but . . . eeewwwww!
Enjoy your meal ! For me it's just breakfast time, lol ! What pictures ! great !!
Those are great pictures! Not sure what it was, but I'm not sure I want to know what it was!
So many pretty macros! Have a happy Monday everyone and thanks for sharing your beautys:)
Love the first eagle shot, but it's fascinating to see all of the shots....striking and beautiful shot!
Love your eagle! I've never seen one in the wild. Great shots!
Wow...those are amazing, Lisa.
All I can say is Wow! Amazing shots - so lucky to get so close to such a magnificent bird.
Wowness Lisa..these are brilliant and beautiful shots! the eagle of course is absolutely stunning..and the macros are wild! fabulous! Haven't played in so long..your blog is beautiful as ever!Victioria
what a beautiful animal, so powerful, so wild!
Eeeeeuw!!! Just saw Quentin Tarantino's new movie Django Unchained...blood everywhere!!! So this little carcass is the tip of the iceberg!!! Great shots of the Eagle!!!
What spectacular photos Lisa!!! I'd love to get photos like that!
WOW, what a great series of shots. Can't tell what his lunch was!
Wonderful photos as always Lisa. :)Have a wonderful day! :)
I just love your eagle shots!
Stunning photo's and I'm so jealous that you got to take them. On a side note...Ewwww on that last shot.
Bingo! Great capture and the eagle is just fierce. No competition for his dinner though. :-) Where were you to find him? Surely not in your own backyard?
Wow, those are amazing shots! I just saw my first bald eagle (about 2 dozen actually) a couple of weeks ago. We got to watch one eating what I assume was a Canada Goose, but he was a bit far out on a frozen lake.
It is amazing all the characteristics we assign to birds of prey. Sadly they are most likely they are just eating, and surviving. They are truly majestic when they fly.
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