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Happy New Year

Bald Eagle Sun-riser (Haliaeetus leucocephalus Pygarge à tête blanche) Homer Alaska, USA. ©Christopher Dodds All Rights Reserved. Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III, 500mm F4 IS, 2X II Tele-converter,1.4X II Tele-converter, Gitzo tripod and Wimberley Head II. ISO 400, F11 1/60s Manual Exposure and Manual Focus. Full Frame. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A PRINT or LICENSE AN IMAGE FOR PUBLICATION.

Welcome to tomorrow. It's 2010; a New Year and a New Decade. It's a good time to look back over the last year; the trips, the images and the people. What a year I had! Thank you to all of my loyal followers (and there are many of you).   My new year's resolution? to get out and shoot more, learn more and share more with you here at Nature Photography Blog .com.

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Reader Comments (3)

Chris, I admire your photography work. When I look at that BEagle image I start thinking if I should travel to Alaska for such a cool shot. Could it be repeated? Amazing!!

I promise I will subscribe to via your banner when the next Aperture is out and included. :) I have tried the free part of their tutorials and I loved them.

I keep my eyes on you still in 2010. :)

Cheers, Szimi

January 1, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGyorgy Szimuly (Szimi)

Happy New Year Chris! Here is to a great 2010. Cheers!

I have been a subscriber to for almost a year. I enjoy the visits to the site, but I must admit that I haven't spent enough time there. It is amazing what they cover there and it is a resource that any level of photographer should have available.

January 1, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Zimmerman

Gyorgy: Thank you for your kind words. To be honest, the days of getting this close to Eagles in Homer, Alaska are over. Jean Keene fed a few hundred Eagles there each winter for the last twenty years. Jean sadly passed away in 2009, and the town has outlawed the feeding of Eagles there. Sad, but true.



John: Thanks, John. All my very best to you and your family for 2010.



January 3, 2010 | Registered CommenterChristopher Dodds

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