Photographer captures a mirror image of a bald eagle. Steve Biro Steve Biro was on his second visit to the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario in early May, hoping to capture some good reflection shots of Bruce, the resident bald eagle. The last time he visited, he tells MNN, the water was quite rippled, and he didn’t get the images he had hoped for. This time, the results were spectacular. A Perfect Shot As the eagle swooped right at him, Biro captured a perfectly symmetrical reflection of the bird in the water below. “I definitely rank it as my top image and did not know when I shot it how it had turned out,” says Biro, who has been a photographer for about 10 years and considers himself a serious amateur. “It was only later when I went through my images and cropped in closer on him did I realize how perfect it looked with him squared off perfectly and staring daggers at me.” An Annoyed Eagle Biro says shooting the image was fun, but perhaps Bruce didn’t agree. “I had decided to get down close to the water on a rock at the edge and he was, I […]


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