I spent all daylight hours last week in the Bald Eagle Preserve near Klukwan, a unique place in Alaska, where a large number of bald eagles gather to feast on the last salmon run of the year.
I participated in a wildlife photography workshop with Oliver Klink, who has been leading this workshop for 11 years. I learned a lot, mostly how important it is to be patient. I have visited the preserve several times and was always disappointed how far away the eagles were and how difficult the lighting conditions were. With Oliver I learned how to deal with this.
I’ll show a couple images over the next few days. Here is the first one.