Photo credit: Steve Biro
Photographer Steve Biro was shooting at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario when he just so happened to be in the perfect place and time to capture a stunning bald eagle, named Bruce, flying straight towards him. What really stood out was its symmetrical reflection on the surface of calm water below. For the photography geeks, he used a Canon 5D Mark IV and a Canon 100mm L macro lens,at f/7.1, 1/2000s, and ISO 2500. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Had a blast yesterday at the Canadian Raptor conservancy and created this slow motion vid of the amazing Bald Eagle floating across the water and coming within inches of my head! #canadianraptorconservancy #raptor #baldeagle #eagle #slowmotion #beautiful #powerful #birdsofinstagram #windsorcameraclub #flight #wings #feathers #closeup #reflection
“He flew across the pond several times and was not happy with where I was, which turned out good for me as he was staring right at me quite a bit! He also was flying close enough to my head for me to feel the breeze from his wings, but I was determined to keep shooting. I have many wonderful images from the visit but loved the symmetry of this one in particular. And the way he is staring right through me and looking mean and powerful just blew me away,” Biro told PetaPixel.