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This is about the best a 300 mm lens can do when really, it’s singing out for 500 or 600 mm.

However one of those expensive little items isn’t on my Christmas list.

So under the circumstances, you do the best you can with what you’ve got when something spectacular like this comes along.

In what was a pretty stiff breeze, this rather large wedge-tailed eagle made a number of attempts to land.

There may have been a nest there, but I doubt it.

Shot @ f11, 1/800th sec, ISO 400

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  • Jo Chesher says:

    This is a brilliant shot – and I really appreciate it when you include your camera settings – it adds an extra dimension to enjoying the result. Cheers…